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... in Madrid you would have had a look at the ones we bypassed. We also left a whole museum of spanish art and sculpture off our list. The rest of the days hop on and hop off bus took us into a newer part of the inner city. The most impressive bit was Real Madrid's new stadium where they have guaranted income from 70, 000 season ticket holders so there are only 10, 000 seats available to the general public. ...
... Art Museum to see Pablo Picasso´s Guernica painting. Being the bargain hunter that I am, I made sure it was the free day. Well, the free day didn´t start until 2:30 pm, so we would have to come back! I refuse to pay $12 to see one painting for 15 minutes...
Back on the tour bus, we took the northern route to the more modern part of the city. We went to the stadium where the famous ...
Spain is as wonderful as I remember, and at the same time even more delightful. The trip here went smoothly. Well, actually the flight was fairly bumpy but thank goodness for complimentary vino and movies. (I finally saw Ted and Horrible Bosses. I am no more educated or worldy than I was before seeing them but at least had a few hearty laughs. Turns out my 16-year-old nephew selected those same two movies from the available library of over 100 shows. I am who I am.) We got to Spain ...
... it was beautiful to drive through the country in the rain. I have a deep love for weather like rain and snow. I think that it makes everything more beautiful!
Once we got into the city we drove on the underground highway! Madrid's highways are built underground! It was so cool, it was a bit freaky at first, but it was a great experience!
We got to our hotel and checked in. Lucy, Molly, and I in a room and Olivia, Brittany, and Claire in the other. ...
... didn't go into the temple, since it was closed for siesta but the park around it provides a really cool view of the city of Madrid...including their "central park", Royal Palace and cathedral.
After the temple, we headed back down to go see the Palacio Real (Royal Palace). I had never actually been inside it before, because entry is 10 euros and I'm poor. However my parents, being the dutch and dutchess of Verona were able to get ...