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Travel Blogs from Madrid
... Via was being blocked off and there was a sea of people outside our hotel with a number of police officers. My first thought was maybe a parade was coming down the street. As we looked to see what was going on, we noticed several hundred guys riding bicycles completely naked! I had a good laugh as Kole pretended not to look. We had a lovely dinner at Sansenxo, a seafood restaurant in the northeast section of the city. ...
... paintings and sculptures in a huge yet very quiet museum. Seeing as that the Prado is considered by tourists and art enthusiasts as being the best art gallery in Europe along with The Louvre in Paris, it was staggering to think that there was hardly a soul in sight! Even if today was a September weekday, the lack of tourists at the Prado (especially compared to my visit to The Louvre in September 2011), made for a very relaxing experience. My favourite painting was a piece by Gaspar ...
... with garlic sauce. We crossed to our hotel to the Spanish sound of mechanical bird chirping in the cross walks...the sound to let you know it is okay to walk. Here in Madrid the sound goes from the constant chirp chirp to a dying sound as it nears ending time.
At home (our hotel) we are watching Legally Blonde in Spanish...we have also seen Trading Places in Spanish twice now.
... you blow by blow detail about each of the buildings but alas I will not. Suffice it to say and you can probably tell by looking that they were built between the 1600's to 1920's. It interesting to see how the styles changed.
Then we hopped off to look for a lunch spot I had picked out with a salad bar. We walked through the gay section of town and there were cool stores all closed because of the holiday today. Using wonderful google maps ...
... left my flat earlier in the night though. Melody one of my flatmates really wanted chocolate, it is after all Valentine's Day. So I tagged along and the city has actually warmed up a bit. I actually felt better getting out of the house, so after I decided to go with Marco my other flatmate for tapas afterwards. We didn't really want to stay in tonight and as long as I didn't talk very much I was okay. The crowd ...
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed