|The only Cathedral in Madrid|
|Beautiful painted ceilings|
|The back of the cathedral|
|Jardines de Sabatini|
We then walked to the very nearby Templo de Debod, which is an Egyptian temple that was given to Spain. The Temple of Dendur, which was near the Templo de Debod in Egypt, is at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
We walked around for a little bit longer then we watched the sunset from the Templo de Debod. It's a very popular place to watch it apparently because there were a lot of people there with us to see it. We walked back to Puerta del Sol where there were tons of people! We got out of that just because it's touristy and expensive. We stopped for a quick drink of sangria. Then it was off to bed. Not near the night it was the night before.
|Templo de Debod|
|Cathedral at sunset|
|A lot of people in Sol at around 9 p.m.|