The shops here in Madrid really have some unique tactics in drawing people into their stores. Definitely made me stop dead in my tracks to see what the hell kind of store this is. Can't say I remember though, the mannequin head was just a tad bit distracting.
Globalization at its finest
Puerta de Toledo. You can take the metro line 5 (green line) and get off at Puerta de Toledo. I prefer getting off at La Latina, also off line 5, and walking down Calle de Toledo because you get an amazing view through the archways of the puerta.
Puente de Toledo
Parque de San Isidro
Our tour guide for the cemetery
Club Atletico stadium
Some exercising forest? Not quite sure what to call it but there was a ball that you were supposed to push back and forth and it's supposed to work out your arms. Effectiveness? The only conclusion I can make is that it has to be a workout station for older... much older people who have jiggly arms. I felt like I was slapping a cotton ball.
Swinging under a bridge in Madrid. The inner child in me thinks this is pretty effing cool.
The park that's been created along the shore of the Rio Manzanares. It's a nice place to relax and watch men running in really, REALLY short ass-grazing shorts- I mean, if you're into that kind of thing of course...