AC Hotel Cuzco by Marriott
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... in the C19. The Museo del Prado we visited twice. On the day of our arrival, we spent about 1 1/2 hours in the evening when they have free entry. We went back the next morning and in total spent about 5 hours looking at the incredible art works. The C17, C18 and C19 featured heavily, with paintings by El Greco, Goya, Rubens, Titian, Velasquez, Caravaggio and many other Spanish artists. Talk about saturation! On our first night we walked to an area with busy ...
... cerebro para ayudar con durmiendo. Finalmente, el jardín de rosas es el mejor parte del parque porque hay varias tipas de rosas que son muy hermosas.
Today, in my last day to write my blog, in Madrid, i walked in Retiro Park. In all of the park there is about 125 acres and 15,000 trees in total. Each day when I have school I ...
... was buried in a tomb, his hat would be strung up above his grave marker.
Flags are at half mast, undoubtedly due to the Germanwings' plane crash [which may have been intentional]. There but for the grace of God go I.
Next was the house of Senor de Orgaz. El Greco painted another great work, showing the house owner ascending to heaven. El Greco signed many of his paintings on a seeming scrap of paper, using his full Greek name. This painting also ...
Saturday was my really lame boring day where I had to get things done. I did my laundry, Skyped with Mum and Dad and tried to concentrate on writing job applications. In the middle o the day I moved from the hostel to Hotel Gran Legazpi where my tour started in the evening.
At the tour meeting I met our leader Anki and four ladies from Newcastle, ...
... face-timing one of my best friends from high school who is also studying in Madrid this semester about where to meet up, both my host mother, and my host uncle (who also lives with us) came out to the terrace and started laughing because I was wearing a sweatshirt during the summertime! I explained that I was a little cold this morning and they continued to call me silly and crazy.
They are right though, it gets sweltering hot ...