Hotel La Princesa
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... night definitely helped with the instant friendships. The next day we travelled to the valley of the fallen, a tomb and church where all the victims of both sides of the civil war are buried. It was very impressive and had a haunting feeling that Georgia liked to bring up as we were walking through the cold, stoned, giant walkways to the church. Thanks mate. But all in all we really enjoyed this place. We went shopping (because you can never do enough) with a new group ...
... in the front row, hence the reason we were cheering about being moved. In all a great show, which obviously had a meaning although we were not sure what it was. Another box ticked on the bucket list. The night still early, we stopped at a wine shop and bought a half bottle of Rioja Tempranillo, went back to the apartment and had a quite glass or two reflecting on our cultural enrichment over our 2 days in Madrid. Leesa on the other hand just went to ...
Just like yesterday we had a good nights rest. We woke up at 7:30AM. We headed down to eat complimentary breakfast at the hotel (as always). There we decided we were going to teach English like yesterday. By time we finished eating breakfast it was 8:30AM. We contacted our students/friends from yesterday for them learn more English and brush back up on their ...
It's the last day of our Spanish tour so naturally we started off on a bus tour of the city with local guide, Sergio. Drove around and saw a bull ring that is still in use in Madrid, the palace in the old town area and other old buildings in the area. Drove on to the Museum Del Prado and local guide, Rufino, took us on a walking tour of the most important paintings in the building and gave us a very passionate description of ...
... br> We saw a special display of the Works by El Greco, a Spanish artist of the 15th century whose works were on display along with later works by names such as Rafael, Picasso and Pollock who drew on inspiration from the Spanish master whose skill was not properly recognised in his own lifetime.
The normal displays take up an enormous space and we really only managed to take in a portion of the amazing range of works on offer. Roman marble statues of such ornate brilliance, ...