Radisson Blu Hotel, Madrid Prado
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The Prado Museum is everything it is cracked up to be. We spent four hours prowling the rooms full of wonderful paintings from the collections of various Phillips. It was my longest museum stint that I can remember. We did stop in the middle for lunch to revive our selves before seeing a room full of Goyas and a various Roman replicas of Greeks …
We got up really late this morning and didn't move until 1pm, This is what I call a vacation. We were feeling lazy and decided on a hop on and off tour bus to haul us around the city. The gal at the ticket counter decided we were both seniors and gave us the really cheap rate for two days and we didn't argue.
So we hopped on. The sun was …
Got out for my morning ritual of find a roll for breakfast which happened, was just up the street from our hotel. A fresh warm roll, manchego cheese and tea, oh how continental.
Then to do laundry. Rick Steves says this is a great way to meet people at the local laundromat and that we did. A lovely gal from Boston who talked non-stop …
The sun finally came out on the day we leave. It was beautiful and warm as we get in the cab for the train station. Like old pros, we know where to go and get to our train with ease. The high speed trains are quite nice and very quiet. We zoomed along through central Spain and enjoyed the wild flowers blooming,it was all very green. Up we climbed …
Having seen most of what there is to see of the city, at least from the outside, we took Sunday to do the rest of what you are supposed to do in Madrid - see art. Madrid has at least three world class art museums - the Prado, the Reina Sofia, and the Thyssen - and the recent addition of Caixa Forum may add a fourth.
In keeping with our …
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