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From Barcelona, the two families travelled to Madrid for another week of Spanish fun. We stayed in Las Letras, the literary barrio that is located just a few blocks away from the Prado, the Thysson, and the Reina Sofia museums. We were in Madrid for the Three Kings holiday on January 5. This holiday is the main Christmas celebration for the Spanish and is the day that the three kings bring gifts to all the children. Madrid and other Spanish cities ...
Yesterday was my first time outside of Alcala, and what better place to visit than the capital, Madrid? I don't recall having seen so many places of historical importance and astonishing architecture in one day before. I'm pretty sure I will feel the same way about every new city I visit this semester though! This trip to Madrid was sponsored by the institute. It was primarily meant to familiarize the students with the modes of transportation ...
... yet so we headed back to La Latina near the apartment. We stopped at a restaurant and had a few beers and tapas. Salad with tuna, Iberico ham, olives and pickles, and grilled calamari...mmmm.mmmm.good!
Back to the apartment to rest our feet and a late afternoon nap. We got up about 6:45 and got ready toexperience Madrid Pride. We went to Mr. Gay Madrid....the square was packed and we watch
... this was the only one which would not allow pictures to be taken inside - and they enforced it - consequently no pictures to show you of the inside.
From the palace we crossed the courtyard to the new Cathedral de La Almudena. Construction began in 1879 and finished in 1993 and it was consecrated by Pope JP II in 2004. We purchased tickets (Bruce's was discounted again - he is saving us heaps!) to visit the ...
Sunny day so gotta head to the plant wall for pictures. Stunned I was. Not sure there are even any repeats in this vertical garden. Went to the Chino across from this area just so I could walk past it. And get my mind blown....... maybe 20 times?
Then a horizontal garden that's about one square mile and geometrically brilliant, user friendly, and culturally ...