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... out some of the landmarks I’d overlooked—like the Tio Pepe billboard, Madrid’s oldest billboard. Then we stop for a Turkish doner, play some music… and part ways. Connecting the Hikes January 10, 2013, Day 184 8 hrs, 12.8 kms I still have a little more hiking to do around Madrid: I need to hike from downtown to Canillejas in the east. I start out by revisiting Parque el Retiro, which I visited with Vino back in 2008. Now the park ...
... business you can find all kinds of other things made out of cork. The most popular items were definitely the cork hats (80% of the men on the trip bought one it seemed like) but we saw all sorts of household items and even a wedding dress! Too bad Bree already had hers picked out!
That night we stayed in a very neat hotel that used to be an old monastery! They of course had added on wings for the hotel rooms but all of the main areas like reception, the ...
... galleries in the world) and crossed over the road to another gallery, which everyone said was the one you must see.
At this point I would like to thank Heinrich Baron Thyssen - Bornemisza de Kaszon ( the wealthy industrialist) who in 1920 started collecting art, and bought the art collections from many American millionaires who went bust in the great depression of the 1930's. Thanks also to his son Hans who married Carmen ...
... it would be hard to top or even equal some of the things I've seen in France, but am impressed. Its just beautiful. So much history and so much beauty. We get to walk through the old town to Saint Martins Bridge and walk across it. Almost feel like a princes....almost I said because the square castle top. Love it. We visit the church of Santo Tomé which is home of one of El Greco's most famous paintings. hear the ...
... that I missed the first time. For instance the worlds oldest restaurant. Established 1725. Sobrino de Botin. Famous for it's suckling pig. Ernest Hemmingway ate here regulary and even mentioned the restaurant’s signature dish cochinillo asado (roast suckling pig) in his 1926 novel The Sun Also Rises.
Another site I missed on the first trip to Madrid was this bridge. ...