Petit Palace San Bernardo
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... Thyssen-Bornemisza. The Prado. Madrid is resplendent with art. At the Reina Sofia I got blown away by Picasso’s Guernica and got a crash course on 20th and 21st-century painting, sculpture and film. At the Thyssen I toured seven centuries of art from the gold-haloed saints of the Middle Ages through to late 20th century Pop, with delighted visits to old friends like Rembrandt, Degas, Edward Hopper and Ben Shahn along the way. And at the Prado – ...
... We had dinner with abuela and had the most incredible strawberry sorbet- she is an incredible cook. After dinner I studied, studied, and studied before I skyped home and went to sleep. Today was a productive day because I got a lot of shopping done and studied lots for tomorrows exams. Im pretty nervous since we haven’t had any concrete assessment until this, but I feel pretty good about tomorrow and hopefully my nervs are calmed.
June 12, 2014 day ...
... in Gold - but with invisible heads or sitting a meter from the ground with nothing underneath them... And there was one guy who's act was how far he could spit.. I did see one tourist sight though, the famous statue of a bear eating off a fruit tree which is very famous but also very underwhelming - it was tiny !
A few times I had near-misses with cars because they just drive on the footpath for no reason or drove the opposite way to what they're meant to, just cos. ...
... bridge square in Slovenia's Ljubljana....but not I have to stress, Plaza Sol in Madrid.
When we first arrived, we thought we had walked onto a Disney set. There were 'entertainers' everywhere dressed up in all manner of costumes-Daffy Duck, Micky Mouse, Superman, Spongebob, Papa Smurf and even Chucky. All happily posing for photos with kids and Japanese tourists making a small fortune in the process.
And then we spotted Spider-Man. Oh dear. First, if ...
Hmmm...I'm exploring on foot and there's a lot of tourist around and a lot of shops. As the last leg of my trip, I'm a less hesitant about buying stuff because I don't have to lug it through a few cities. And I know Madrid is the high fashion place in Spain. If you like the stuff from Zara, here are a few others with better quality.
I guess this is one part of the trip that's good to do alone so no one's waiting around for you. So many husbands and ...