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We decided to find out where the Prada gallery was and also to visit the Botanical garden which was nearby. We set of after breakfast and caught the Metro to Opera Station planning to change to a different line but having realised I had forgotten to pack a hat we decided to see if we could find one in the opera area. We walked the rest of the way to the gardens whilst hat hunting. Finally found one I liked that was ...
... was like a hard Italian nougat with almonds. The second was with the same ingredients but the ingredients had been ground so it ended up with a texture like Halva. The third was similar to the second but had caramelised egg yolk on top. This was the nicest. This was accompanied by a shot of a type of strawberry liquor that went down nicely.
Overall an excellent tour that provided a deeper incite into Madrid, its history and its people and particularly the food. ...
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... what we did. Ahhhh... rest day. But not all rest. We did a bit of shopping/browsing in the very cool neighbourhood. Lots of vintage shops, but nothing that screamed "buy me and make your bag heavier!". On the other hand, N and I had spotted a shop here on our very first day, and had seen noticed it every time we passed by. A cool little retro/mod dress shop. We finally walked in, and the lady who owns the store, designs and makes all the dresses. The are all ...
... choir, usually held the tombs of the bishops. In this church I would have loved to have some pencil rubbings, as the patterns on the tombs were quite ornate, but getting worn due to everyone walking on them. All the little altars that are around the church belonged to the very wealthy families, and most ended up housing tombs. Because they were owned by a family they were locked with the big gates. Because the families then had free access to ...