San Antonio De La Florida Hotel Madrid
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... that late or later, tapas bars never seem to close.
We really lucked out in that "el minniBAR", which is rating#49 of 7,326 Restaurants in Madrid atTripadvisor is a bare 400 metres from our apartment.. The rating is not just from tourists but locals as well and on two occasions now, we have been outnumbered by locals 10 to 1. It's not ...
... 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 ...
Today was an early day for the last bit of travel in our hop around Europe. Our flight was delayed by about a half an hour, but that didn't matter...we were ready to leave Rome. We eventually liked Rome, but it definitely didn't capture us like some of the other places we've been. We were settled in at our apartment by mid-afternoon, but hadn't had lunch yet so we were starving. As we walked to our tour of Bernabeu Stadium, we discussed how hungry we were, so ...
... was amazingly alive. I'm not much of a night owl, and so it was a little overwhelming for me, but I was still trying to soak it in as much as I could.
After the third bar, we got some gelado which was to die for! I think that I'm going to have to start trying more of the deserts here.
P.S. right now were listening to a beautiful live guitar performance from the balcony:)
Ahhhh I love Spain.
... blocks away.
Sevilla has many interesting plazas and neighbourhoods so we took a walking tour of one of the oldest areas, the Jewish District. Our tour guide brought the streets to life with her stories of the antics of many famous Sevillans (real and fictitious) including Don Quixote, Carmen, King Carlos and his wife and brother, and other inhabitants who left their mark in Sevillan ...