Madrid's incredible sudden miss you unlocking Madrid City landmark. The weather is so good that you don't need filters to follow Oni. It's so hot that we're going to heatstroke. Madrid's streets are shady and sunny and not many, many people think it might be a good place to live than when they first came here.
Madrid, the capital of Spain, is a famous historical city in Europe and the highest capital in Europe. The natural scenery here is gorgeous and sunny, and the sunny days of each year rank first among the major cities in Europe. Spain enjoys the reputation of "tourism kingdom", while Madrid receives more than 4 million overseas tourists every year, which is called the center of "tourism kingdom".
It was a beautiful day and everyone was in a good mood. I was in a good mood to be with three girls. First, I walked from Opera to the palace, through a square, and looked out at the palace. Because of the time, we did not go in, but it seems that everyone does not want to go in. Walking along the road next to the palace, you will pass a bridge with transparent fences on both sides. The view is very good. There are some graffiti on the bridge and Madrid signs which I call "koalas". They are just a bear and a tree. They don't seem to have any special names. Crossing the bridge, you can turn into the old city of Madrid, where the buildings are old but not dirty and comfortable.
In the evening, on the high ground beside the Spanish Square, the sunset was dazzling. People sitting in groups of three or two on the grass appealing to each other about their joys and sorrows, men and women in sports, and tourists like me, are here to witness the beauty of the sunset.
The paradise for eating is Spain. I went to Barcelona a few years ago and it was a pleasure to eat. So was my visit to Madrid. But the public order in Spain is generally not good. I arrived at the hotel with my suitcase like a refugee in the evening, and I was unspeakably afraid. After three days in Madrid, I ate and vomited every day. When I returned to the island country, I often missed Spanish ham.
Madrid Royal Opera House, on the car. As a state-designated monumental building, it was built on the Oriental Square in Madrid. Since the opening of the Royal Theatre in 1850, its history has been constantly changing, and political changes have also affected its construction and subsequent decoration. Reopening in 1977, the Royal Theatre became the most luxurious opera house in the Spanish capital as a memorial to Queen Isabel II.