Camping Caravaning Bungalow Park El Escorial
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... don't do it justice, but it's amazing inside! Certainly worth the visit.Next stop was to have some lunch, it was pretty late now (2.30pm) so we headed to the otherside of town to a recommended cafe for a local delicacy called Francesehna....translated it means little French girl hahaha!!! A little dodgy, but everyone has told us we must go and try it! (Gary had a ****** one 2 days ago, so he didn't have high hopes) but I was ...
... stupidly). We left after a quick bowl of pasta and made it to Atocha train station to schedule, twenty minutes before our train departure time. And that's when our troubles began. Orson approached two staff members and asked them where our train was departing from. We were informed after a few moments of confusion that our train was departing from Chamartin station, not Atocha, a 15 minute metro ride away. We knew it wouldn't be actually 15 minutes so we, ...
7th April Monday
Took cab from hotel to terminal 2 of Lisbon airport. Had checked in online for easyjet flight. 50min flight journey to Madrid terminal 1. First attempt at backpack not easy. Walked to terminal 2 to buy Madrid tourist pass and also metro tickets . They are much cheaper when bought this way rather than to point to point fare and covers fairly large amount of tourist attractions. Took metro train with 3 line changes to gran via ...
... the Residencia de Estudiantes in Madrid. This is a famous old school that used to teach the likes of Federico Garcia Lorca, Salvador Dali, Luis Bunuel, and Severo Ochoa, some of the most famous figures in early 20th century Spanish history. The Residencia was one of the most advanced schools in Europe at the time paving the way for a new style of teaching based in sciences and free-thinking. It had many practical project-based activities to accompany studies, ...
... was almost right! Our guidebook says it was ‘the headquarters of the Spanish Inquisition.’ And that may have been so. The site had a painting museum, architecture museum, royal palace, royal crypt housing all but 2 dead Spanish Kings and some Queens (only moms of kings are admitted), basilica, AWESOME library, monastery and school, but not a single mention of the Inquisition. So, in retrospect, that may have been a ...