Tryp Madrid Atocha
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- Minbar in room
- Conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
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... artists and look at some of their paintings in a PowerPoint, and then on Wednesdays, we actually go and look at the artists work in one of the many art museums here in Madrid. The Prado is the largest and arguably most famous museum in Spain, holding some of the most famous paintings ever created, including Las Meninas by Diego Velazquez, and Francisco de Goya's depiction of Saturn Devouring his Son. I went to this museum when I first traveled to Spain with my ...
... for State functions. Of the more than 3,000 elaborately decorated rooms, only a handful are open to the public. We saw amongst others the Throne Room, Royal Chapel, Gasparini Room, Porcelain Room (created by King Charles 111) and the Stradivarius Room where a collection of four Stradivarius instruments (a viola, a violoncello, and two violins) is exhibited in. It is estimated that this Spanish Quartet has a value of 100 million euros!
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... we decided to have dinner chez nous. Liz and I popped out to the covered market to supplement the meal with some take-away paella, croquettes, and olives, and we made ourself a very passable meal. After dinner our intention was then to find a local bar which specialised in sherry (in fact, sherry is the ONLY drink there), but suddenly tiredness hit, and we decided to postpone that little trip! The girls, however, put on their party stuff and headed out to a local bar......
After class I came back to my room I took a 30 minute siesta and headed out to the shops in my neighborhood with an ambitious plan of buying stamps, sending of letters, buying a new phone, and then opening a bank account. Unfortunately I was unable to do any of these things because SIESTA IS AN ACTUAL THING. Actually it might be because it was lunch time from 3 to 5. All the stores that ...