Petit Palace President Castellana
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... city. Despite the heat it was a nice city to tour.
A little while after we returned to the hotel it was time to board the bus again to enjoy a Spanish dinner at a local restaurant while we were entertained by opera singers. Fred had Rock Fish and I had Duck for our main courses along with a salad and dessert. It was an enjoyable evening where we got to know some of the others in our group ...
... of Floridablanca. When Joseph Bonaparte entered Madrid as king, a hanged cat
was found on the monastery gate with the writing: Si no lías pronto el hato,/ te verás como este gato. ("If you don't leave this town
soon/ you'll end up like this cat"). In the 19th century, the composer Lorenzo
Román Nielfa was
professor of music here. ...
... the Plaza Mayor. The Plaza Mayor's were my favorite since they looked like floating lights all around. The nativity scenes were also fantastic, even though I don't celebrate it, it put me in the Christmas mood!
Thursday was my parents' last day in Madrid, and I had planned to take them to see where I go to school and after go on a Teleférico (cable car) ride. However they were closed (not sure why they are only open on weekends) so we walked ...
... 8217;s what I got – in spades. And that’s what I needed to take me home. A headful of art, so I could be inspired as I walked into my studio off Main Street and contemplated what I would create this year.
So I’m home. I had a wonderful summer. I can tick off all the boxes. Good learning and great connections at EuViz in Berlin. Two and a half wonderful, romantic weeks with my sweetie in France, with happy visions of trips to come. ...
... giving us wine and tried to learn English by repeatedly asking how to say "pantalones" in English. Then he proceeded to yell "PANTS!" over and over, which was amazing. Lisa and I have been walking with a new Canadian friend named Lynda and a handful of Italian guys, who cooked us dinner last night. We just had to clean up, so that was an epic win! Today we were also halted by a herd of sheep crossing the path, which reminded me of Georgia. I think that's all for ...