Ibis Madrid C/ Valentin Beato
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It's just so smooth. Sure, I soon recalled I'd purchased tix for the "Preferente" class, but I can't imagine they'd have been actually rocking and rolling back in the "Turista" class at the blunt and distant end of the train. We just raced along at a speed I was unable to fully gauge coz it felt so smooth. And regrettably, unlike the previous train we'd travelled in, there was no info board keeping tabs on the speed.
But I've read the AVE can get up to speeds of 300+ kms per ...
... is of public execution. It was a bit creepy thinking of that while looking at the vast space of that plaza and the horror it witnessed throughout its year.
And so, i was so hungry and we looked for a place to eat. What could possibly be the best food but its local delicacies like Paella and tried also its Sangria for the first time.
I have been to Barcelona before and i had seafood paella, so this time ...
... s, Goya, Velazquez, Raphael....the list goes on. The museum has been in existence since 1819 with the original collection actually donated from Spanish royalty. The gallery is very impressive though very subtle and leaves everything to the amazing opulence of many of the artworks. A real highlight of Madrid--- Left the Prado and walked into the Parquet De El Retiro ...
... number contained which perfume. They both bought some but I didn't.
Over dinner, we discussed the crisis here because I don’t really understand it. It was caused by a number of factors, corruption in parliament and the royal family and bad politicians who didn't know how to do their job but mostly because the banks were giving loans to everyone regardless of whether they could pay it off or not. For this reason, many ...
... We couldn't take pictures inside but one time when I looked out the window I could see the knot gardens and the four towers of Madrid in the distance. Without thinking I whipped out my camera and got busted. On the way out Ozzie and I found a place where we could see the gardens and took pictures of each other.
We walked back to the bus and drove to the Valley of the Fallen which is a crypt and basilica dedicated to those who ...