Petit Palace Tres Cruces Centro
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... Prado! – I revelled in the splendours of Velazquez, Goya (the black paintings! OMG!), and my favourite, the passionate and mystical El Greco. Not enough? How about a major retrospective of Henri Cartier-Bresson, one of my all-time favourite photographers? Yup, I saw that too. And apart from a morning at the flea market and a pleasant stroll in El Retiro park after my visit to the Prado, that was Madrid for me. That’s what I wanted from it, and ...
... Well this morning we officially completed our course. We woke up early although we didn’t have our first exam until 10. Tamar was such a champ for waking me up since my phone is dead. I was pretty quiet this morning and I think my nerves were making me a little loco… Tamar stayed clam and we definitely balanced eachother out well. Our first exam was our grammar class and the test was relatively easy with open ended questions. I was proud of myself that I ...
... Surprisingly, the souvineer shops in Sol centre weren't any more expensive ! And every store had completely different things, I literally had to go into them all! And the items are cheaper than the ones in Asia ! Most have the same common theme though, tiles, bright ceramics, bulls and flags (perfect for me). I ended up with four fans I think, one bright red to match the pendant I got from mum, amongst other items of course. I also went into normal Spain stores, ...
... to wear Lycra, at least have the body for it. Second, it you want to make money you need to stop standing around chatting to your mate Charlie Chaplin. This guy couldn't be a super hero, he for sure wasn't climbing up any walls. He would've been better to be known as 'Lazy fat ******* man'.
Madrid doesn't have the big draw cards of its rival city, Barcelona. Whilst it is a pretty place with plenty of parks, grand buildings and squares, it ...
... all hanging outside the fitting rooms!
I wish I had more time so that I can relax and see the attractions. With such a short time here, my priorities are not the attractions as I'm tired and ready to do some shopping!
After perusing the shops and finally walked to some non-tourist areas, I ran into the San Miguel Market...something like the La Boqueria in Barcelona, but serves more food. Cool! I made my way home for a break as I have a food tour ...