Miguel Angel Hotel
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... in. The remainder of the afternoon was filled with Picassos, Goya, and El Greco at the El Prado and Reina Sofia museums. The artwork was spectacular, and one of the exhibits housed 10 works of Picasso from 1906-1967, showcasing the progression of his work from realism to the cubism that we more recognize of him today. The two most famous works we saw were Picasso's Guernica and Velazquez's Las Meninas, two very important pieces of art and mandatory to see if ...
... Passing through the gate of St Vincent, we went to the cathedral, just for a chat outside. The second tower was never finished, topped off with the house of the bellman. It was the first Gothic cathedral built in Spain.
We stopped at Chico Plaza. Today was market day. Not only vegetables but household wares were on sale.
Avila's religious history is very much tied up with St Theresa. She was born in 1515 so the town is celebrating the 500th ...
Thursday morning 13 November
We are on one of the great Spanish trains from Madrid to Cordoba. To get to the train platform from the station we came down an escalator with a great view of all of the trains in the station and the area beyond the station. The Spanish trains and the train stations have been very impressive. In Toledo, a half hour train journey from Madrid where we went for a day, the station had the most beautiful tiles on the walls. ...
... of the bus and made their way onto the fountain in the
center of the square where they tied a real Madrid scarf around the statue and
showed off the cup- the crowd went crazy! After we saw them we went back to the
metro and got home around 7 am. My feet felt like they were going to fall off
and we were so tired but I was thankful for every moment and I would do it
again in a heartbeat… It is going down in the books as one of the best moments
of my life.
... task was to find luggage storage. Although all the signs were pointing in one direction it was actually in the complete opposite direction outside the train station and round a corner. But with my stuff safely locked away, I got myself a city map and headed for the subway.
Madrid was just waking up as I popped out of the subway at Sol plaza, on first impressions it was messy there was paper all over the ground, news ...