Urban Hotel Madrid
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... The Cathedral was grand and had interesting carvings on the outside of the doors, and the inside it was like a museum with sculptures and paintings of Jesus and other important figures to the religion, such as a pope. The Cathedral, the lavish neighborhood, and the palace all lie next to one another, which therefore it could be deemed the richest part of the city in my opinion, and next to it, the oldest ruins of the city where the former Madrid lie. In my novel, ...
... approached it and killed it. That was just heartbreaking. The last one was terrible too since the matador was so bad he stabbed the bull in the head at least 6 time until it died. Whistling is booing in a stadium. The stadium was filled with that.
The 5th bull fighter was the best and everybody the bull worked past him the crowd yelled "joder" which basically means fxxk but is used much more commonly here. In ...
... the road to the park. I had brought my blanket with me so we found a nice spot under some trees and payed down. We chatted, people watched and played candy crush then decided to go for a walk around the beautiful park. At around 5pm we headed to the Atocha train station to see the memorial for a terrorist attack which had occurred there a few years ago. It was basically just a big blue room with a hole in the roof which featured a plastic cone that went ...
... exhibition. So, after we learned about his life, saw the clocks, saw Picasso's Guernica, and saw the rest of the museum, we left and headed to the Prado Museum. The Prado museum was also free admittance for us, since we were students under 25. We walked around Prado and saw many famous Spanish paintings and left. Prado is huge, It is a lot like Louvre, so it’s pretty much impossible to see everything. We definitely got ...
... It's right in the heart of the city in Puerta de Sol. Madrid is a fantastic city. It exudes a certain charm with its labyrinth of narrow streets and laneways, beautiful plazas and warm, friendly people and interesting street life. The street art and performances are, perhaps, more varied and creative than anything we've seen elsewhere. Dozens of human statues seemingly solidified in amazing positions attract hundreds of onlookers. We've posted a few ...