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... well worth the entry fee.The tour took me around 90 minutes including time to stop and take everything in.It starts off by walking through a tunnel into the club museum.There are so so many trophies in this huge rook dating back a century!It feels quite a privilege standing in a room with so much sporting silverware.To mix with the feeling of old and special there is a new interactive video wall where at the touch of a button fans can watch highlights or read information ...
... There is something about the rawness and passion of the flamenco that gets your heart thumping in your chest. It's heart breaking yet endearing. Neither of us speak the language yet you understand everything and nothing. We didn't catch their name but the South Carolinian foursome who sat beside us made an enjoyable evening even better. We decided on an early late mid morning run for a look around the immense Retiro park. Madrid's premier running destination by the ...
... had incredible carvings on every inch. It was absolutely unbelievable. They (Muslims) were big on water as they knew how important it was as they came from desert. So all throughout they had water - either in fountains or pools or running water. Four purposes of water: 1) cooling, 2) washing before prayer to Mecca in the east; 3) drinking and 4) I can't remember!
We saw the rooms - one was the justice room, one was waiting room before meeting the Sultan, the ...
We arrived in Madrid at 3:30 and after no trouble getting through immigration (thank goodness) and to save our sanity we caught a taxi straight to the apartment. It is such beautiful weather. Sunny and warm with a slight breeze to cool us. We had to wait a bit to get into the apartment but it was worth it. It is gorgeous!!! We each have ...
... the Alcazaba, which is the fort at the very edge looking down onto the city. There were some really amazing views of the Seirra Nevada, with giant snow-covered peaks, as well as the rest of the city from there.
Since I got up so early I hadn't had time to eat breakfast and it was almost 11 am so I started peeling an orange I had brought while I walked all the way back to the entrance so that I colud switch over to the Generalife palace and the ...