These photos were taken just yesterday. They are very spontaneous. I´ve not calculated anything. I just wanted to captivate the street life of this area. It´s a bit far from Gran Vía and other touristic areas so many tourists never come here although can be good for shopping. Goya Street is a "bourgeois" street (I don´t like that word, but I leave it), it´s full of shops, is in a quarter built in the XIX century and with some good examples of that style of architecture. Many of the buildings have been restored. The process is the following: the neighbours contract an advertisement for the façade while the restauration is being made, so the money they get for it is usually enough to pay for all. That is why he majority of the façades in Madrid have been restored in the recent past years. There is algo an arena. It´s a bit "in the middle" of everything, but the acoustic is excellent and is big (up to 18.000 people). Recently here played Depeche Mode (I saww them,haha), Oasis, Cold Play and many others and soon will come Red Hot Chillie Peppers, so it gives a lot of life to this area many nights. well...that is enough, I ´m like a parrot, haha. I hope you enjoy it.