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A nice campsite at Arco Iris with most the facilities open even at this time of year. We spent Monday catching up with jobs and cleaning the motorhome and thought we'd catch the bus Tuesday into Madrid. Well the best made plans went wrong Tuesday morning after waiting 45mins at the bus stop as when the bus arrived the driver signalled No Dogs and drove off..! So we are now waiting until Thursday for Dan and Ale to arrive and then we can explore Madrid in the hire ...
... plazas of this grand city. Our hotel is situated on the Paseo Del Prado just a couple of hundred metres away from The Prado, one of the world's great art galleries containing countless corridors of the great Spanish artists of the 15- 19th centuries including Goya, El Greco, Velesquez, Rebero etc. This is a mind boggling display of light and the grandeur of Spanish history. We were impressed at the endless queues of people attending the gallery at all times of the day and evening ...
... the main man takes to the centre and does a few dances with the poor beast. I'll admit it doesn't sound bad at this stage and we were enjoying ourselves. Then a trumpet blow and they distract the bull while two lancers on blindfolded armoured horses make their way out. Once the bull spies the horse it's like a beacon and it charges straight at it. Horns intertwine with padded armour as the 500kg bull smashes into the horses side while at the same time the lancer opens ...
I woke up before everyone else and said my goodbyes to you (we slept in Deejay and Nim's bed, the best bed in the apartment) and had some breakfast, packed and got ready to go. Michael was the only one up by the time I left to run my errands and catch my bus. A good man that Michael. I caught a train to near Plaza de Catalunya and walked to the FC Botiga shop, where I bought two personalised Messi home strips ...
... t spent too long, and likely won't spend much more time there, but the surrounding area is loaded with tapas restaurants, so we may be back. Extremely tired, the latest we could hold out for dinner was 7pm. Not bad, actually. We went to a bar/restaurant close to our apartment and had our first Madrid tapas experience. Tapas - small plates of food - are standard cuisine in Madrid. Instead of either of us ordering a meal, we ordered a series of tapas (similar to appetizers) ...