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... to let me eat something and I went out and got myself a pizza. I was so grateful to just be able to swallow water let alone pizza. Briony was so glad as she knew this would be the sick of my whining and complaining! The first bit off food to enter my stomach and stay there for the day was at 10 30 pm. It was a long day. We got through half of another Nic Cage flick before we came to our senses and head upstairs. We were tired from the last week of excitement and a good sleep was coming our ...
... Most of the time I brush off their comments as coming from ignorance rather than from maliciousness. I've had people tell me my eyes are slanted upwards, other telling me that they are curved downwards. Uhm, a little consistency please?
*** People never tire in socializing. As soon as the weather got nice people are always out eating on the streets. My absolute favorite part of Madrid by far! The sun, the food, the low pastel colored intricate buildings, the ...
... tourists, clubbers and Madrilenos alike - but like most institutions it trades as much on its reputation and long opening hours as quality.
The last lunch
We decide to take our final meal at Estado Puro on Plaza del ┴ngel.
Bu˝uelos de bacalao (cod fritter), bravo por las bravas (patatas bravas) and bombas de carne (meat balls) with a glass of Mahou, what could be better at lunchtime!
... bit more about these amazing artists!
I've found examples of the works I mention via Wikipedia and want to credit their contributors for sharing these works that are in the public domain. Their jpgs are far more professional than my iphone could produce.
I hope this entry will entice you to visit the Prado, even if classic art work isn't your cup of tea. I can't wait to return and learn more "secrets" the artists left on their canvases.
... stopped there, unloaded suitcases and walked above
ground to find a hotel. With a bit of bargaining ended up in a good 4* again in
the midst of evening fun, but a loooong day getting there.
So we headed off to find a much
needed drink. In areas of Spain they have “Sidre”, cider to us. It is a
tradition to pour this sidre from a great height and drink it when bubbly. This