Tryp Madrid Washington Hotel
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The Hotel was close to everything in Madrid. We walked to the Prado. It was good to come back to the Washington Hotel
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... stayed there in the early eighties, and when he said "Plaza Hotel." That perked up my ears. I treated him to a couple glasses of red wine for having let me relive my past in Madrid over 50 years ago. No pictures allowed at the Prado Museum. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .<br style="font-size: 12.8000001907349px; line-height: ...
... the groceries she needed. She ended up buying more than 300 Euros ($378 USD) worth of groceries!! Thankfully she asked for them to be delivered to the apartment the next day and I didn't have to carry all of it back to the house.
When we left I saw a little park area with a public piano that was open for anyone to go and play. Two people had drawn quite the crowd and sounded AMAZING.
Month one is officially finished... seriously, where did the time go??
... 8 lbs has been distributed between our two packs. I think Peter has the heavier items. It has been a long couple of days. We flew from Daytona to Atlanta, then Madrid and finally Vigo! It was fun being on the same plane with my Zumba buddy, Barb Davis! In Madrid we had a 6 hour layover. Barb's sister Maggie picked us up at the airport and brought us into the heart of Madrid. Maggie is a delight! We tried to get inside the newly renovated and majestic old Post Office ...
... a metro station a few hundred yards from the front door.
We arrived at about 9.30 on Sunday evening, and the very nice owner (Santiago) was at the flat to meet us. After dumping our bags we walked up to the Plaza Mayor and found a table at a small restaurant on one of the side streets just behind the square. As the Spanish seem to live in a completely different daily time zone to most, we were not alone in eating dinner at 11pm on a Sunday!
Bosco - The Garden of Earthly Desires
This three part painting expresses heaven, earthly sins, and then hell. There was a snake wrapped around a tree in heaven, all the buildings and glass in earth had cracks in them, and there are musical instruments in hell which plays terrible sounds. There is also a frog like thing that eats up humans. The background of hell looks ...