Nh Las Rozas

Camino Viejo de Madrid 38, Las Rozas, Las Rozas, Madrid, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Camino Viejo de Madrid 38, Las Rozas, Las Rozas, is near Adventurous Appetites Tapas Tour and Marques de Legarda.
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Travel Blogs from Las Rozas

El Escorial and valley of the fallen.

A travel blog entry by raewyna on Jul 22, 2014

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... clothes etc of saints, quite creepy but that's they way they did it. There was then about a half hour drive to The Valley of the Fallen (Valle de los Caídos). This is a huge cross and bascilla in the mountains. Franco had it built after the civil war to remember those killed in there war. It remains controversial, in particular since 10% of the construction workforce consisted of convicts, some of whom were Popular Front political prisoners. It is also ...

The train to Lisbon/Madrid

A travel blog entry by jd.6392 on Jun 10, 2014

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... and through the centre of the city. Thongs were a bad choice... After five hours. My feet were killing me. But I got back to the station to get on my way to Madrid, and then connect through to Lisbon, Portugal. However, my run of good luck (see previous posts for how much good luck I've actually not had) was at an end. The train to Madrid was full... However, the one after was not. That next train came an hour later. Which cut the time I had in Madrid from near two hours, ...

Lazy day

A travel blog entry by seasia2011 on Apr 14, 2014

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... to see here but it's like picking the worst of the best so she wouldn't miss anything too. We had lunch in Plaza Mayor which is a gigantic square that could originally hold 50,000 people. It's since majorly a tourist attraction with buskers and gypsies hustling visitors. Our fixed price 11 euro lunch of appetizer, entree dessert and drink was fine enough (mine was actually really good) and we enjoyed taking our time and relaxing at the table over the leisurely lunch. Afterwards ...


A travel blog entry by melissa96 on Jan 14, 2014

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... be completely different words!

Spaniards use body language a lot! And I have picked it up, I'm really self conscious of it because I rarely use my hands when I'm at home so I subconsciously put my hands in my pockets when I talk to avoid doing it!

Everyone sings to music, and there is literally nothing funnier than listening to Spanish people try to sing English confidently but stuff the words up completely or make up new ...

Getting lost is the best part

A travel blog entry by freshtravels on Apr 13, 2013

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... to other spanish classes I've taken before, yet i'm getting a unique appreciation for the language as I'm forced to analyze readings with so much more depth and attention we usually wouldn't need to apply. Lastly my cinema class has the potential to be my favorite. I consider myself a cinephile with a particular obsession with IMDB, particularly when I watch movies set in Spain, involve a spanish actor or director, or simply strike a chord that resonates ...

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