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Wow. What a great exhibition at Reina Sophia Museum. Two days ago, we tried to see the temporary Dali exhibition but couldn't get tickets. Instead, we bought tickets for today. I wasn't really sure what to expect because the only thing I know about Dali was what I saw in the movie "Midnight in Paris", which is basically saying I know nothing except that he is famous.
The exhibition was awesome because it had so many of his works from the beginning of his career to the end. ...
Next we headed back to Plaza Mayor for some coffee - we had been in a small restaurant there before and had made friends with the bartender, Anderson, so we thought we would go back there. Before we could get there, however, a homeless man ran up to Ashly and screamed "Mi guapa! Toda mi vida espero para ti!" This means "My lovely! All my life I've waited for you!" We didn't know whether to laugh or run, so we ...
... churros and had café con leche with churros on the side. The place was packed – you could tell it was a fave with locals and tourists alike. We headed over to the main square which was set up for the Sunday stamp and coin market. We decided this was a must-see and before we had even made it to the square, I had already popped in to a shop to pick up a few packs of stamps. The square was huge and there were tons of vendors set up the entire way around. It ...
... probably the safest place to be in Madrid whilst the demonstration carried on. It was because the parliament building was down the road but I believe it was because I’m always so safely guarded. Hehe! Back at our room it was so special to see all the messages and emails from all over flowing in with the most heartfelt wishes for my birthday. I was so incredibly touched that everyone remembered and missed home very much after reading them all. I spent some ...
Where do we even begin? Well, we got in early Tuesday morning (July 3rd) and immediately hitched a ride with a taxi to our flat. Todd instantly began trying his Espanol skills with the cab driver by talking about the Eurocup and the Olympics. He got the cab driver so excited talking about Spanish sports that he cut the worst **** I have ever smelt in my life!!! I glared at Todd because I thought it was him and soon realized it was the cabby...Todd ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed