Casa Nina Maria
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from San Lorenzo de El Escorial
... heaps of cool stories and walked us by historic sights, explaining their significance. Spanish people love cured meats; Jámon (ham), prosciutto, pancetta, chorizo. It's everywhere, hanging from ceilings and displayed in windows and on counter tops. This love for cured meats apparently dates back to 1478 at the start of the Spanish Inquisition. The Spanish Catholics persecuted all other religious minority groups like Jews or Muslims killing people who wouldn't renounce their faith and ...
... man. On the promise that I wouldn't steal his stuff if he wouldn't murder me. We both kept our promises and it was an awesome night and insight into Dutch life. Embarrassing moment: pretty embarrassment free, however having to pick up a giant dog **** in the morning while we were both nursing our morning cups of coffee was pretty hilarious. Top moment: sitting around the table, singing and playing cards for the night. Clean and jerking the dog is right up there as well. You were so ...
... Although slightly creepy, it was an amazing feeling to be in the presence of so many of the powerful people I have been studying about all semester.
The library of the Escorial was definitely the most impressive library I had ever sat foot in. It holds collections from all over the world in many languages. Its oldest book is from the 5th century roman times! Behind the Vatican, it is the library with the most precious collection in the world!
... but just flat, with a big man made lake to boat on. It's filled with boats And ducks...heheheeee... there were tons of people enjoying the park, both Spaniards and vacationers. As we left the park, we walked along side the walls of the huge park on the sidewalk. As we walked we headed toward the Hostal and fond ourselves in a Pedestrian Mall area. We encountered some wonderful street performers and took it All in, they were Wonderful! We all headed back to the Hostal, to rest ...
Just stopped for a look around outside in the gardens - the Monastery is now a school. Very hot - looking rather touristy in our shorts, T-shirts and sandals when the locals are all wrapped up in jeans, shirts and jackets!