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... in these places. I am not one for the arts, but I am enthused by the history behind the paintings. In the Prado museum, which is like a “must-see” sight in Madrid, there are collections of art work, such as “El Greco Library”, which dates back centuries of European artwork. There is also this historical part of town that sits across from the palace and the Cathedral, and it is said to be the most expensive because it looks out to the palace and ...
... was much closer than I had expected. The first bull fight was the most traumatic. First the bull comes out a little injured and then several matadors drained the bulls energy by grabbing his attention on all sides. Then the trumpet rang and two horses came out blind folded ears covered and slightly drugged. The bull attacked the horses and the man on top of the horses would just stab the ball over and over again. When the ...
... special which was a champagne bottle with a sparkler jammed into it and alight. I drank a total of three cups of sangria then crammed into the tiny mobile podium with 3 other girls and danced! We left the pub a couple of hours later on search for the club again but got stopped by a guy this time who worked at Moondance. He offered us all free entry and a free shot which ended up being just straight vodka. I couldn't drink mine and palmed it off to ...
... our backpacks on exhausted and dying of thirst, we persisted and finally got to our hotel grateful but dreading the four flights of stairs we had to walk up.
we made it to our room introduced ourselves to a Mexican girl sharing our room and got ready to set up camp for two days:)
then we got set for a nice sleep and ready to explore Madrid the very next morning.
But after a day at the ring, I'm glad I went. I saw a little of everything, a good bullfighter, and bad one. A good bull who charged well and fervently, and one that didn't. Even a broken leg and an extremely bloodied back that did little to slow the beast in its fury. Leaving Las Ventas, I knew I had seen something special, maybe not something I'm looking forward to seeing in the near future, but at least now something I can say I did, and valued the opportunity to do so.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTryp Madrid Washington Hotel
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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