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Madrid Río on Rented Bikes  Posted on 07/21/2012
Final JauntsManzanares River in January, MadridThis blog describes my visits in the course of one year to over 50 museums and exhibit spaces in Madrid. Given a bit more time, I might have moved on to palaces and private art collections...
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Dulcinea's Best of Madrid Exploration Kit: Top 10  Posted on 07/19/2012
1. Best Map of Madrid Knopf City Map Guides: Madrid. The City in Section-by-Section Maps. After trying several other maps, this one was my favorite. The pocket-sized book contains all the main sights of Madrid, along with useful...
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Please Touch Everything!  Posted on 06/29/2012
Museum of Typhlology / Museo Tiflológico06/28/12 – Calle la Coruña, 18The Museum of Typhlology calls itself “a museum to see and touch,” making it a perfect destination for families with small children....
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School's Out, and a New Museum Opens  Posted on 06/21/2012
Museum of Popular Arts and Traditions / Museo de Artes y Tradiciones Populares06/21/12 – Calle Carlos Arniches 3-5As June winds down, only a month remains of our year in Spain. S1 and S2 finished Madrid public school this week. S2,...
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Baroque and Beautiful  Posted on 06/12/2012
Museum of the History of Madrid / Museo de Historia de Madrid06/12/12 – Calle de Fuencarral, 78 When the current renovation is finished, the Museum of History--originally the eighteenth-century Royal Hospice of San Fernando--will...
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Free View from the Top: Palace of Cibeles  Posted on 05/30/2012
5/30/12 - Plaza de Cibeles, 1The Palace of Cibeles (1919) must be one of the most conspicuous buildings in Madrid. A striking, white confection, it looms over the Fountain of Cibeles (1794) and dominates the Plaza. Since the 1970s, the...
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Legends of Fish Street  Posted on 05/20/2012
Me llaman puta, también princesame llaman calle, es mi noblezame llaman calle, calle sufrida, calle perdida de tanto amar --Manu Chao, “Me llaman calle” 05/20/12 - Calle del PezA fish story, with lots of photosEarly last...
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It's a Bloody Mystery  Posted on 05/11/2012
Royal Monastery of the Incarnation / Real Monasterio de la Encarnación05/11/12 – Plaza de la EncarnaciónThe Royal Monastery of the Incarnation was established in 1611, a few years after the Monastery of the Barefoot...
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  • dulcineamadrid
    dulcineamadrid 17 April 2012 20:30:00

    Dale, More to come! And thanks for solving the mystery of the book...there was no note, so we didn't know you sent it! Thanks so much. It arrived weeks ago.

  • Dale 13 April 2012 22:58:52

    Molly: Athropology not so great? (good place to wait for the train...ouch!) Better pick it up if you're going to hit them all by July. Regards to you guys. Let me know if you got the Garcia Lorca book.

  • Patricio13
    Patricio13 30 March 2012 23:42:15

    Im currently in internship in Madrid if I can help you tell me.
    Good bye

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