Hotel Lope de Vega
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... thousand olive trees here and a thousand olive trees there are looking pretty much alike. I was surprised last evening at the hotel to see an extensive salad bar but no sign of anything like olive oil. There are factories for the pressing of oil all over the place but none had made it's way to the Reina Christina Hotel. They did however serve rabbit, much to the disdain of a German lady behind me but much to my liking (and even Lee's). It ...
... of traveling. We had also attempted to find this building that we could go up top for photos on Gran Via but we just couldn't find it. Our new buddy Sylvia (tour guide / roomie) told us of another place we could go for a fee but we could get a drink as well so that's where we headed... Being a Sunday they decided to make it free to go up which was a bonus but we had to wait about an hour and s half before the line opened back up so we watched some digger ballet (Lachie would ...
... to take pictures, since we were able to in Reina Sophia Museum. So as soon as I entered, I started snapping away until I was reprimanded by a very stern, young woman. Even though my knowledge of art is very limited, I was blown away with the art work in the Prado. The pieces were amazing.
After our day of sightseeing, we decided that we would head for Hamman's for a Turkish bath. Again stopping at the same tapas bar beforehand. This time I had ...
... with onions, tomatoes & wine and we were serenaded once again by the accordion player.
Sunday is the time everyone in Madrid goes shopping so who am I to try to change things. Peter and I hit the shops or should I say, Peter accompanied me to 'hit the shops' and I did make a few purchases.
Today has certainly been my day because next we were off to the Thyssen Musuem where an exhibition of the Fashion of ...
... took us to a bar that served you 5 mini beers in a silver bucket with ice for the much more affordable price of €4 for the lot! It was a weird place that looked more like a cafeteria than a bar. The front of the venue was glassed so, from the street, you could see everyone inside, sitting around tables and talking with friends. The lighting was really bright and though it was packed, it didn't look like it was pumping. We waited in line out in the street and until enough people ...