Casa Nina Maria
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TripAdvisor Reviews Casa Nina Maria San Lorenzo de El Escorial
Travel Blogs from San Lorenzo de El Escorial
... I'd just left, but with a much different feel.
A group of men milled around a concrete bench - some sitting and others standing as they played cards. The player placesd his card on the top of a pile held down by a stone to avoid wind interruptions. A short distance on, I was proposition by a lady sitting on a step - "Hola. You want to do anything?" she seductively asked in a lilting Spanish accent. I mumbled "no thanks" and walked on, hearing her blow a kiss in ...
... this noted restaurant. It is unfortunately lost on me :( Given my early wake up time, and our impending date with the Lumineers, we headed back to the hotel, it was my nap time! After a nice little nap, we headed to the Lumineers! We got inside around 9:30, and they entered the stage around 9:45, nice timing! The concert was great, with minimal pushing and shoving, the music was great and about halfway though, the Lumineers plowed through the crowd to ...
... of two spots.
Having names on Coke cans is massive here, it only began a few weeks ago and is already just as big as it was in Australia! Won't find any 'Melissa's' here!
When people sneeze, instead of saying 'bless you' they say 'Jesus' which I struggle to say because it's so strange!
Every time you see someone you give them two kisses, obviously, but with glasses it's so annoying! As soon as I kiss someone I have to ...
... 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!
... in the 9 century. We crossed the bridge and drove past the fortress walls that surround the city that were built in the 11 century. The Arab invasion influenced the architecture and way of life for 350 years. They produced steel, almonds, and of course olives I don't like them but Tony said they were amazing. The olive trees have to be 25 years old before they can produce any fruit and then they keep on producing fruit until for 150 to 200 ...