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... century movements in art.
One very notable feature is a strong representation of
American artists in the collection, including those of the 18th and
19th centuries, which is quite rare for European art collections.
Europeans seem to think we country bumpkins from the colonies didn’t make much
of a contribution to art until the mid-twentieth century.
... gardens de las Vistillas, Palacio Real, Campo del Moro, Plaza de Oriente, the Opera, then the Jardines de Sabitini. Then decided to walk to the Casa Mingo, a traditional Spanish restaurant built in 1888, for lunch. Got very lost walking thru the huge parks but finally found it around 1. Lucky to get a table outside on the terrace as this place is hugely popular with locals. Had the house speciality of roast chicken and a bottle of wine. We enjoyed ...
... the bus and back to the hotel. Sue and Joan went to bed and Peggy and I sat outside and had a nightcap and chatted about our wonderful adventures on this trip. We get an early (6:15 a.m.) wakeup call - luggage to be outside our rooms by 6:45 a.m., breakfast @ 7:00 a.m. and on the road at 7:45 a.m. to Seville!
... another great job by my personal tour director! Last night was one of the tour highlights so far - a tapas cooking class. Only 4 participants and the instructor taught us 6 recipes + sangria over 3 hours, after which we sat and ate our results - delicious. I loved that Eduardo was passionate about cooking and Madrid - the recipes were those he remembers most from his childhood and he was a master story ...
... and making obscure Amanda references, which were bemusing to Joanne. Most of the interior is typically ridiculously overcrowded with 'stuff', but the frescos and decorative embellishments were definitely put in by Europe's 'B' team. I could wax lyrical about the superb silverware on display as part of the Royal collection, but I won't. That would just be ******* Gay. Suffice it to say that the palace contents are a fusion of Hapsburg and Bourbon dynastic collections. ...