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Day 1 On arrival after 3hr renfe train, we visited parque de el retiro, a park that spreads oner more than one square kilometer that was originally designed for royalty. It had beautiful flora, fountains, a lake with jetty and boats and also a glass palace. Explored Museo national del prado in the evening followed by tapas for dinner Day 2 The next day we made a visit to the Royal Palace (Palaco Real) square and museum which housed exquisite presidential rooms and artefacts. This ...
... I even had the pleasure of seeing some children playing on the playground in the park...they were having a joyous Friday afternoon.
I walked the same route as before except I stayed to the right so I could actually walk down Gran Via and got some great shots of all the magnificence that Madrid has to offer. Puerto del Sol street performers, Calle Mayor's Museo de Jamon for a yummy "bocadillo mixto" (ham & cheese) and then the beautiful array ...
... healthy life were so good, we assigned him the main body of the presentation. His six points:
1. Accept yourself.
2. You are responsible for your own life.
3. Give to others -- in this way you will be receiving at the same time.
4. Live in the moment. You can't be unhappy if you are living for today.
5. Have an objective in life, a goal or something to achieve.
6. Have sex. Regularly.
Beatriz then gave the conclusion. ...
... in these places. I am not one for the arts, but I am enthused by the history behind the paintings. In the Prado museum, which is like a “must-see” sight in Madrid, there are collections of art work, such as “El Greco Library”, which dates back centuries of European artwork. There is also this historical part of town that sits across from the palace and the Cathedral, and it is said to be the most expensive because it looks out to the palace and ...
... La Latina district, and then headed to Chueca by Metro to grab our afternoon tea. BUT, our favourite little cafe was also closed! We grabbed a beer (sangria for the ladies) in a nearby bar, and then explored some of the back streets of Chueca as we found our way back to the flat.
Our remaining target for the day WAS a success, however. Liz had very much wanted to visit a little sherry bar, which was apparently unchanged for around 100 years. Although we approached ...