Tryp Madrid Cibeles
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... the way. I remember I time, back in 1996 when I arrived at this same airport, and caught the subway to the bus station. It was 11 in the morning and my bus didn’t leave until 10 at night. It makes me wince when I remember that I just sat there at the bus station for 11 hours next to my suitcase! The thought of putting my luggage in storage and going out to discover and explore didn’t even occur to me! Maybe it was fear. Maybe I just wasn’t ...
... chapel which you could clearly see influences of the Moorish rulers as well as the Christians who came into power later. Typical of any royal palace the decorations and detail throughout was simply incredible. At one point Bree’s Dad mentioned to me that it was no wonder Kings and Queens were run out of power throughout history when they lived such lavish lives while their people starved and he couldn’t be more right.
After visiting the palace we ...
... dressed, wealthy lady was a pregnant teen. Talking more, I discovered that at 34 she is a grandmother!! To a girl Melissa, who is older than Candela!
Having dinner was a famous Spanish family, the wife Cristina Rota an actress and the husband a dancer. Everyone - except me of course - was extremely excited and they told Nat that they would recommend her to an elite actress school - as that's what she wants to ...
We took our first of many trips to Madrid today for a general tour of the city. First we toured the Royal Palace, which was absolutely beautiful. The King's "dressing room" is bigger than my kitchen! After that we had lunch at a little self-serve restaurant above the gift shop; J.E. & I split a Spanish pizza-like dish. Then, we met up with a few of our conversation partners (locals our age who will be teaching us & helping us ...
... row boats for hire as well as two art exhibitions - both installations (we think - the first one had a lot of empty rooms and a few solid colour canvases) the second art installation was at a building called the Crystal Palace. The Palace is a large domed exhibition place (could have been a hot house at one stage?)situated by another lake with a fountain. The artist was Kiri Kobanda from Prague. Called Two Golden Rings I think it was about ...