A Trip To Madrid
Another beautiful city ticked off our bucket list. Anyone else think that spontaneous trips away always turn out to be the best ones? We managed to bag return flights for £20 and did the full trip in under £150, all thanks to January sales. Madrid as a city was reasonably cheap, we stayed in a little air bnb' located in La Latina. Centrally located and perfect if you'd like to visit the famous El Rastro second hand market which is on every Sunday, filled with hundreds of people the atmosphere is amazing, you can spend hours strolling round the cobbled streets filled with markets selling second hand treasures.
A minimalists heaven. Think glass box filled with light. It has a panoramic view of Buen Retiro Park and is made from glass with an iron framework which is decorated with ceramic. Once used as a green house it is now an art exhibition. This was personally my favourite place of the trip, I honestly could have spent hours in there, it was absolutely beautiful.
Free entry, it's a must visit if your interested in architecture or photography.
Me and Jake sat here for hours. We got super lucky with the weather and this was the perfect spot to just sit in the sun, enjoy the views and people watch.
Basically a cafe dedicated to just cereal. Selling every cereal you could ever dream of and bringing back all your childhood memories. You can choose any flavour milk, from pink to blue to yellow, you name it, they have it!
Other places to eat:
Miga Bakery - Amazing take away pastries
Hanso - Good coffee and Pastries
Abolea - Breakfast / Brunch
Federal Cafe - Lovely interior, great brunch
Maitake - A Japansese Restaurant
Buoni Forno Di Pizzee and Eccolo - Really great Pizza
A great little concept store located in Calle De Fernando.
Photography by Myself and Jake Millers