Novotel Madrid Campo De Las Naciones
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It was such a short layover, only 19hrs or so. We arrived in the afternoon and departed early morning the next day. So it was just normal that we wanted to seize the day. After dropping our luggage in the room, checked messages and messaged those important people in our lives, like boyfriend and family that we have reached safely, changed to …
... we were on our way to explore this great city. A tourist brochure helped us decide which way to proceed and after a short stop at the jardins of Sabatini which once had been quite stately but now a little neglected we found our way into the Palacio Real de Madrid. Wow! Some of the most amazing interiors we've ever been privileged to see. Brilliant frescos, beautiful paintings, tapestries and ...
... over one brick at a time from the bottom of the Aswan Dam, and reconstructed, so awesome to see. The views from this park are phenomenal. Both of the views of the city of Madrid and of the Royal Palace are absolutely splendid. The other point of interest about sunset were the many couples sitting around, deeply in love. John and I felt like we should parade around our children and tell them that this too could happen to you, ahh youth! but we refrained!
... it was hard to get a good look or photos but it was beautiful in other ways. It was quite empty and the paths were lit by oil lamps with archaic buildings so it did feel as though we could have been in another century (just with modern cameras).
We visited Treka, a gay village in Madrid which was noticeably poorer and not maintained at all. This contradicts the research I've done for my English speech (why gay marriage should be legalised in Australia) which ...
... cost €4, score! That night I went to a flamenco show. It was not what I expected at all. The dancing is beautiful and very colourful and the singer/s voices are husky and very melancholic and sad in nature. I wanted to know what the songs were about and why the music sounded just so painfully and desperately sad. I hope I find out soon. They are old school songs about people's lives from back in the day, so they could really be about anything. I'll attach pictures :) it was a ...