- Wednesday: La Reina Sofia, Spain’s national museum of 20th century Spanish art. You may recognize the two most famous artists on display: Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dali.
- Thursday: El Palacio de Cristal. It translates to “the glass palace.” The beautiful structure is made entirely from glass and has glass exhibits on display
- Friday: Real Jardin Botanical, a botanical garden made up of flowers, trees, fruits, vegetables, and even tobacco.
This face says I probably shouldn’t be taking pictures right now considering it’s not allowed.
Discussing photos and reading poetry
Our teacher and unofficial tour guide, Dr. Conrod
Dali’s, Portrait of Joella
Another work of Dali called The Face of the Great Masturbator. Strange. And if you tilt your head to the left you can see the face of Dali. (Hint: the tip of his nose is touching the ground)
Dali, The Invisible Man
Dali, The Endless Enigma
Creating our own art within the art
No one is allowed to take pictures of Picasso’s work, but this one was permitted! It’s called, Momunet to the Spaniards who Died for France
Dawn of the Resurrection by Joaquin Vaquero Turcios
Palacio de Cristal
Bunches of bottles.
These guys making soap bubbles can be found all over Madrid. Some of us decided to take a whirl at it!
Hey, we’re not too bad!
Botanical Gardens. This tree’s roots are so strong that they broke Through the stone stairs. I love it!
Even cats love it here.
Now my favorite time of the day, dinnertime.
Super yummy tortilla de patata
And juicy watermelon!