Posadas de Espana Pinto
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... beers for €5 euro each and got given three massive plates of tapas! And when we were nearly through these (quite full at this stage) they gave us another plate! Only stayed for one beer because we couldn't eat anymore food! Highly recommend El Tigre! Found another bar to have some cheaper drinks. The bar had paintings of naked women all over the walls. But it was pretty chill and reasonably priced. Had a few beers here then headed off home about ...
... just started biffing tomatoes at everyone and once the truck had gone past everyone spilled back into the middle of the street and picked them up off the ground and just kept throwing. You couldn't even see where the tomatoes were coming from! It was awesome! There was a Spanish old man who was going hard. He was smashing everyone and not even squashing the tomatoes before he threw them which is what you are supposed to do. It didn't really ...
... not as fab as others so finally went back to the one from previous night La Corolla. Tried different goats cheese - fantabulous. Met the brother of film guy and laughed some more. On way back a procession to celebrate a saint - as you do in the middle of the night!!! Finally to bed and closing Madrid chapter with funny memories and maybe just a few layers of food skin. 21/6 Now onto Istanbul and Gallipoli. Goats cheese, goats cheese yum yum Love ...
... century movements in art.
One very notable feature is a strong representation of
American artists in the collection, including those of the 18th and
19th centuries, which is quite rare for European art collections.
Europeans seem to think we country bumpkins from the colonies didn’t make much
of a contribution to art until the mid-twentieth century.
... we resisted, even tho it was already noon! At that point, we left Rick and his walk and hustled ourselves over to the Palace, worried that we wouldn't have enough time for it if we kept meandering along. So, we toured the Royal Palace. Yikes! I think you should hear about it from Ken. Just know that my favorite part was the armory, with the horses dressed in their armor. Unfortunately there was no photography allowed inside the palace. So you will have to come here or ...