Hotel Infanta Mercedes
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... with art from the 13th century through to the 20th century. Unlike other museums they are far more relaxed photography is allowed, this simple gesture changes the entire interaction with the art you get closer to it, engage with it differently. Spread across 4 floors one does eventually get to a point of fatigue. Returning to our hotel we were determined to find some decent Tapas, mum recalled the places to had seen on our walks and I recalled the last ...
There is a very good reason why this blog has ground to a halt. We've spent so much time eating and drinking in Madrid that there just isn't time to write.
We go to el minniBar most nights and yesterday for lunch went to Platea. A picture theatre that used to have three seating levels has been converted into:
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Even though the Saturday morning cartoons (en espanol) came on around 8-9, the house was very quiet for the most part and it seemed that all the adults were enjoying being able to sleep in. I had been sleeping in every morning so it was nothing new for me but normally I would hear Beatriz and Felipe (I think I've been spelling his name wrong the whole time...lol) making/eating cafe y desayuno.
Today was the day that I would be leaving for Amsterdam and I could barely ...
We arrived in Madrid in the afternoon following a draining 5 hour train trip. As we had loads to see here we got straight into seeing the sights. It didn't matter that it was getting late as everything gets going much later in Spain. Our first stop was Museo de Prada which was great. Again another museum full of materpieces by amazing artists that are just great to see. Our hotel was in a perfect location again so ...
... go into the city to Plaza Mayor and do some walking! We saw the "must see" statue of the bear eating from a strawberry tree, visited the extremely crowded overrated Mercado San Miguel, ate at a quiet cafe/ bar a block away, visited the cathedral, looked at the palace grounds and parts of the garden that were open and strolled the busy shopping streets. It was very hot and by this time we were satisfied to head back to the cool of our ...