You will recall that I left you at the wonderful market where all sorts was for sale
including, bizarrely, motor bikes and specifically
I have no idea if this brand is still British let alone in existence but these look new enough.
No, I didn’t buy one but they certainly were popular (maybe the T shirts?) and added to everyone’s enjoyment.
Night fell and after a quick visit back to the hotel to freshen up it was out and to a tapas bar that had attracted our attention…
in the old part of town and really rammed with locals and fantastic tapas as a pre dinner snack!
and then on to the main dinner at the best place we found in Madrid, in close juxtaposition to the three main art galleries, La Plateria.
Typically I had forgotten the camera so have to rely on Tripadvisor but I really recommend it to all. Excellent food, reasonable prices and feisty pretty girls serving!
And then, late at night and on the return to the hotel, what a weird shop to find! The pics are not brilliant as taken through the window but where oh where other than here are Churchill, a frogman, Uncle Jo Stalin, Franco, Brother Adolph, Musso and others found standing next to each other!
Yours, diablog, in the tapas