Monthly Archives: March 2013

365, 2: day 168

Madrid I dropped the rest of my family off at the fancy Iberia terminal before schlepping over to the old-school United one for a very pleasant flight to Newark and then a horrific layover and delayed flight back to LA. … Continue reading

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365, 2: day 167

Madrid Our last day in Spain. One of my favorite places that we went in Madrid is the Parque del Buen Retiro, and we returned this morning to row boats on the lake and explore just a little more. I … Continue reading

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365, 2: day 166

Madrid Today we went to Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, home of Guernica among others. It was amazing. The rooms surrounding Guernica (ugh no pics allowed, thus this not-too-exciting one of the outside) were all focused on themes … Continue reading

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365, 2: day 165

Madrid We arrived in Madrid this afternoon to this spectacular view from our hotel balcony. The smaller towns are great and I really enjoyed them, but big cities are way more my speed. I’m ecstatic to be here.

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365, 2: day 164

Alcalá de Henares, Spain Today we traveled on to Alcalá de Henares, outside of Madrid, where we are staying in a (n insane, gorgeous) Parador. Alcalá is known for a couple of things (it’s an UNESCO World Heritage Site, for … Continue reading

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365, 2: day 163

Zaragoza, Spain We took the train to Zaragoza today, which has this awesome mix of classic and crazy 70s architecture that I am obsessed with. We were all EXHAUSTED all day and almost turned in early after an afternoon of … Continue reading

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365, 2: day 162

Barcelona One of the constant struggles is whether to pick the best picture or the picture that best reflects your day. I tend to go with the latter, and the aerial tram that we took across the sea today was … Continue reading

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