Petit Palace Alcala Torre
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We just arrived from the airport and now we are in Madrid it is very hot here we are going to see the palace and there's a new King. His name is King Philipe who got proclaimed king this morning from his father. Because his father didn't want to be king so he chose his son Philipe. Ps I will update some more information next time ...
... KFC on the way. After reading up on what bullfighting actually was we were very nervous for what we were about to see. And let me tell you it was horrible. They just stab and tease the bull and then the matador stabs or through the heart and then again in the head. Then they drag it around the arena. I had to leave before they killed it cause I just couldn't. Just not for me. Or any of the other tourists apparently. We left after the first bull cause they ...
A wakeup call had been set for me at 6:30am....crikey aren't I on holidays! Up and at em and off to a buffet breakfast. As I'm eating I'm wondering who here is on the tour....time will tell. Meet Jorge in the foyer and all aboard for an 8am departure to Toledo the original capital of Spain. Its about an hours drive. Its freezing and everything is icy and foggy as we hit Toledo which was about an hour away. We pick up our local ...
... bad effort (but still a couple of hours early for a Spaniard!) As you can imagine the next day was a little bit of a write off. I stayed in bed for most of the day and sent Luke out to pick up some Dominos pizza. We ventured out in the evening and headed to the main centre which was a huge error because it was packed. We decided we love Madrid, just not in the weekends. Too many people!! Sunday was our last day as we had a train Sunday evening. So we stored our bags at the ...
... of his life. His early period included creating painting that would be used for tapestries. Then there was the time were he was commissioned for wok by nobles, and then he lost his hearing. He seemed to plunge into a dark period in his life creating some disturbing pictures. See the pictures for some examples. After the Prado, we went for a stroll in El Retiro. This beautiful park was once part of 300 acres of a royal garden, but now is ...