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... on the map lol). But as an awesome side point, we saw the Madrid police....well these guys are pretty impressive! Most of them are pretty hot, and their uniform looks like they are from Magic Mike and are about to start stripping lol!!!! I did manage to get a close up of one outside a hotel...he was veryyyy muscly and hot. Certainly some of the best cop uniforms around hahah!!! See what you think when you see the photo ;-) hehe
Anyway enough ...
We were surprised to learn that part of an excavated Egyptian temple was gifted to the City of Madrid by the Egyptian Government and has been installed in a public park. We spent some time wandering around an pondering the truly ancient nestled amongst the merely old architecture of the city.
If you are interested, here is some background on the Temple of Debod from Wikipedia:
The Temple of Debod (Spanish: Templo de Debod) is ...
... known for their seafood even though the city is located nowhere near the sea. Again the restaurant was dead until after 10pm. I believe we were the first to leave the dining room at 11pm. To finish the great day, we had a drink at a classic cocktail bar which was conveniently on our way back to the hotel.
We wanted to visit at least one art museum during our trip. We chose the Museo Nacional del Prado. I chose ...
... Europe back in the day. Then there was the Royal Place which was built in the 18th century in the traditional baroque style. The view in the night with everything lighted up was magical.
The tapas place was so PRETTY. It was a relaxing girls night where I really got to talk with Anna and Chloe. This was refreshing after all the big group events and trips we had had ...
As my mam keeps moaning that I don't do a lot of work even though the time that boys are at school is meant to be 'free time', this week I have started reading a book on my Kindle called Duende. It is about a British man who has studied Arabic and Italian but has always settled for second best and has never persued his one true love, the Flamenco. Basically his Italian girlf dumps him and he catches the next flight to Espana in search of the Flamenco and the true meaning of the ...