Casa Nina Maria
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Travel Blogs from San Lorenzo de El Escorial
... 8217;s not a holiday… Could this be just your typical night in downtown Madrid?! I wander up and down the alleys of old Madrid, realizing that if I hadn’t pulled an all nighter, I would have missed this fascinating other side of Madrid culture. When I pass a couple of young folks clustered around a guy with what looks like a Venezuelan banjo, they invite me over. Of course I’m not going to turn this chance down—I quickly pull out my guitar and we ...
... The cider was cold and refreshing, as well.
Feeling full and lazy, we sauntered back to the hotel to pack. This evening we had an apéritif on the rooftop terrace, then dinner at a restaurant near the hotel. No one spoke English, so our young server did her best to help us understand the menu. We ended up with a fine and interesting meal: I had a clam and mushroom dish; Barry, red peppers stuffed with seafood; Butch, a fish pate; and ...
... to the holidays was one of the largest and most beautiful in Europe;
- that you can jump off a bridge and survive if you are wearing the proper 17th century attire.
During the walking tour we also sussed our plans for New Years eve. We bought tickets to the New Years pub crawl which promised a very very very good time!
After the I must say quite amazing walking tour we headed out for upmarket ...
... 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 it was a fun night.
The next day I did **** all, but during the evening I ran into Ash again. We had said our goodbyes in Valencia, but we didn't realise our paths would cross again in Madrid. So we went out for some last drinks. We had a huge group from the hostel, and we made our way to Le Tigre – one of the most famous/infamous tapas bars in Madrid. The venue itself is always packed, and the staff dish out the food and ...