|Just a cool little sign in Puerta del Sol, but look how blue that sky is!|
|First experience with tapas, not too bad.|
|Hot chocolate and churros! The hot chocolate is much thicker than|
what we would consider hot chocolate but it makes it perfect for dipping
your churros into!
|The Royal Palace, which is the largest palace in Western Europe|
based on the number of rooms, which is 2,000. I guess that means the King
can have a lot of guest over!
|Templo de Debod, a gift from Egypt to Spain. There were|
parks surrounding it so we had a lovely picnic and then
headed over to take pictures of this. I'm afraid this might be the
closest I ever get to Egypt.
|Just some Madrid skyline. It was so beautiful and sunny that day!|
I am hoping I regained some color that I have lost while living in England.
|Plaza Mayor! Fun fact: this plaza has been home to numerous bullfights|
and executions during the Spanish Inquisition and was built in the 1600s
|Oldest restaurant in Europe. Seriously, they have the Guinness|
certificate in the window and have been serving food since
|For some reason this picture is on its side buuttt this is the Almundena|
Cathedral and on the other side of this is the palace!
|All of the street signs had pictures of what they described, which|
was very helpful for those of us with limited Spanish skills.
|Venus and Mars in Museo del Prado. They had tons|
of sculptures and I wish we could have spent more time there.
They also had two time periods that were free of charge for everyone
which was really nice as well.