Ibis Madrid Alcorcon Tresaguas
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... br> on through art history well into the 20th century abstract
expressionism and pop art. The Thyssen-Bornemiszas seemed to just like good
paintings from all eras and styles of western art and appeared not to favor or
shun particular eras or nations. The collection seems quite strong on paintings
of the Italian Renaissance, Dutch Golden Age, French Impressionism, and many of
... was another late night, but we were the ones sleeping when the rest got in. T'was a good plan. So , its midnight and we fly tomorrow morning , so the next installment will be the wedding and Sunday, because Monday won't be worth telling. Then it is on to Mill Creek for the California wedding reception and fun. I'm not sure how I will be doing as this is the direction that gives me a bit of a challenge for my alertness etc. More ...
... mandolin and tambourine and the three men harmonized so beautifully - it was delightful. They sang for 20-30 minutes and such a pleasure. Then for desert we had a phyllo pastry with whipped cream - vanilla cream and coffee. What a wonderful time we had. It has also been fun at these events to get to know the other travelers in our group. Last night we sat next to folks from Australia, tonight a mother and daughter from Malaysia - great people! After dinner we headed ...
... de verdano which is similar to sangria but has lemonade in so less sweet. They were only 3.5e each. We then went to a Jamon place and got ****** service (which has come to be the norm in Spain unfortunately) but tried some nice meat and cheese. Then went back to the hotel, we were planning on heading out for a proper meal and dinner but I finished my book and Luke went to ...
... We did, however, linger in the grounds of the Real Palace. This building is vast, as Royal palaces tend to be. It suffers a little, in comparison with Buckingham Palace, for example, being built at a time when Spain's Imperial fortunes were in steep decline. Royal palaces are intended to awe and make visitors feel small and insignificant. That is their express intent. This one, while large in scale, didn't quite succeed. I strolled around humming the tune of 'The ...