Eurostars Zarzuela Park
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... court area. Gothic arches abounded again. The guide explained the Hapsburg connection to Spain but it was too much too fast. Queen Isabella built the monastery to celebrate winning the war of the succession [her over a ******* child of her father].
Only three people were not on the lunch package. It was going to be the only free time so I passed. 24E for the 'local lunch' seemed a rather ridiculous price in any event. Had time from 1340 to 1525 on my own. Went ...
It is our last day in Madrid. We stayed longer than expected due to the lack flights to London, but the rest has been good, we are recharged. We could have flown Iberia airlines and left earlier but we decided against that ;). So our last day we repacked our bags, had a bit of a wander around and settled in for an early ...
... not all on display at the same time) - also saw Rembrandt, El Greco, Titian, Goya and many others. We then had tea - lovely bread, cheese, local cured ham, and local olives & a glass of local Spanish wine - picnic in the botanical gardens. Gorgeous evening and gorgeous surroundings. Ran in to a group from the tour on the way home so had a night cap with them. An all round fantastic day. Can this trip get any ...
... that doesn't stop moving no matter what so people were literally falling over everywhere!
On the bus, I was holding onto one of the tie things that hang down from the rail but, typical me, didn't realise that it actually slides along the length of the rail and therefore if you just keep holding onto it expecting it to make you stable you will end up on your ass along with two others. Awkward.
The airport itself is massive, and weird. For as far as the eye can see in ...
Went and did a tour of Santiago Bernabeu (Real Madrid's stadium), definitely not as cool as the Nou Camp, but still cool. They had the Club of the Century trophy and the Super Ballon d'Or. We then went and had some lunch and went to Teleferico, a cable car that runs across the giant garden in Madrid (5 times bigger than Central Park). After that we went to the Museo ...