Wednesday, 5 December 2007

Navidad en Madrid, sepárese dos [Christmas in Madrid, part two]

This is near Our Lady of Telecommunications:



El Corte Inglés pulls out a few more stops:



Angels around Puerta del Sol:



Flying carpets on Hortaleza and Fuencarral:



Yer actual Christmas tree in Sol:



Flocks of Idontknowwhats on Gran Vía:



Some cute polar bears in a shop window - don't know their names:



And what Christmas is complete without three kings and at least one camel?

5 comments:

~ Ms. Cute Pants ~ said...

I have come across all kinds but never Our Lady of 'Telecommunications'!

Nice pics!

nzm said...

Gorgeous!

I bet MamaDuck is diving into those Christmas Markets - I remember her response to my posts on the Berlin markets last year!

MamaDuck said...

MamaDuck is going out with her man tonight to see all these wonderful lights! We had an enjoyable afternoon amongst the Christmas crowds today, and bought ourselves a fluffy white halo (me), and a spiral Santa hat (him). So yes, we're hitting the Christmas markets - even if we haven't gone for reindeer hats and fluorescent nylon wigs, which apear to be the most popular fashion statement among Madrilenos.

BuJ said...

LOL You love em camels? Remember my first or second post at BuJ Al Arab...?

it was all about my cameo :)

Keefieboy said...

Ms Pants: all will be explained...soon.
NZM: Ta!
BUJ: your third-ever post: aren't archives wonderful!