Camping Caravaning Bungalow Park El Escorial
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We awoke much later than we should have and all got ready slowly to go out. Orson had about four very interesting places he thought we should go, and although I agreed I had a feeling it wasn't going to work. First stop was this famous park and the residency of a famous poet I forget the name of, where Orson wanted to get his mum a tshirt from. The walk was longer than anticipated, through Lisbon's ...
A can drove us to the train station where we caught our nearly 6 hour ride to Madrid. Once in Madrid, a cab negotiated the crazy traffic to our hotel. We didn't have much time but walked around to plaza Mayor, sat in a cafe, found a bookstore with English books, and hit a grocery store for some evening snacks. (My only pic from the day was in the grocery. Sad) Our cabbie today, Luis, offered to pick us up tomorrow at the hotel at 8 to take us to the ...
... 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, ...
A merchant sent his son on a personal mission to go seek wisdom from the wisest of men about his legend .The young man wandered through the dessert with his horse until the day dropped and it was nightfall he reached a castle which has been in time for ancient of years and layer there with his horse as coverage,dreaming of his unforeseen legend that is to approach him.
At dawn i rose up ...
... 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 ...