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... from 6-8pm when entry is free! I was also amazed by the many book shops and on Saturday morning the boulevard to the Parque del Retiro was lined with book sellers. This is a city of high culture and high energy, of grand buildings and boulevards that are thronged with people all day but particularly in the evenings - walking ,talking, eating, drinking in the myriad of places. It is a city that never sleeps. In Spain, life is for living. We will miss, Madrid but now it is time for ...
... or small talk - Just sign here and this is your key..... My room is on the first floor and right at the end of the corridor after turning a few corners. It is quite nice - a bidet again.... And a fridge and hair dryer and a safe. The view is pretty much non existent - the window looks into a small vacant space between two buildings. After unloading and checking the room out I headed out to find the tourist office. Given I really only have the afternoon and then all ...
... de Sol and were most intrigued at the apparent game between sidewalk vendors and the many policia riding on motorbikes. We'd earlier noticed vendors with goods placed on a blanket-like material with rope crossing diagonally from each corner. These are obviously illegal and when policia are seen, the vendor quickly pulls the ropes together drawing the edges together bringing his blanket and goods into a tight bundle and makes quick haste in the opposite direction. We ...
... the other day, John got to take kids on a quick visit to the Museum of
Nature and Science. John ventured out
with the four kids and they seem to have had a great time. Oliver was very excited to tell me about the
moving dinosaur he got to control. Ian’s
highlight of the museum was a huge squid he saw. And Amelie enjoyed seeing the various animals
preserved in jars of formaldehyde… Elyse, as always, was just happy to be out
on the ...
... are plenty of examples of buildings and cathedrals from the past, it seemed to me that the modernism had taken over.
The second thing that surprised me was the great level of respect for art. The National Museum of Prado and the Reina Sofia exemplify the Spanish interest and passion for art. They both held pieces that I have been learning about for years in my history classes. The number of artists that are ...