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... it's free to visit from 7-9pm. It featured a bunch if modern art I didn't understand, but also possibly Picasso's most famous piece Guernica, a protest to the German bombing of Guernica during the Spanish civil war - I'll admit I did need to read the description provided to understand what was going on, but then found it to be very interesting. The gallery did also featured some other great stuff, I particularly enjoyed the Dali's and was glad we'd had the tip of when ...
... everyone decided to spend the first night out at a popular place called Joy. Joy is in Sol, which is basically like the downtown area. Joy was fun, but I was so exhausted from traveling. It was great though, to celebrate with everyone that we just got here, and to get out and enjoy Madrid. It was also nice to talk to some people who were from here, just to see what they had to say. After Joy though, I knocked out since I had to get up early Saturday for more orientation! ...
... was a Baroque Masterpiece of angels and babies and sunbursts carved out of marble and full of energy and motion. The sacristy is a mini-art gallery with 18 El Grecos and other works by Goya, Titian, Peter Paul Rubens, Velazquez, Caravaggio, and Bellini.
Our next stop was a the humble church of Santo Tome (St. Thomas). In it is housed El Greco's most beloved painting, the Burial of the Count of Orgaz. Our next stop was ...
... the evening. We are meeting friends from the Coast, Asher and Donelle (currently living in London), then later catching up with some Busabout buddies. It was then time for our siesta and a chance to escape the heat and numerous short short wearing, muscle clad, tanned up 'Village People' lookalikes. We met Asher and Donelle and headed to a Cerveceria, where we had quickly observed that the Beers and Sangria were €1 (stoked). We sat outside in the Main Street and ...
We arrived in Madrid Airport and collected our suitcases. It took some time to find a porter because NO ONE speaks English there. We locked up our suitcases in the lockers ( I got into a bit of a tiff with lady there because I would not move my bags or whatever - They were just not being nice)
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