Camping Caravaning Bungalow Park El Escorial
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... us that his favourite way to hear his name pronounced was with a French accent, sliding through the G's and tacking a couple of H's on the end, so we would call him that every now and then for a laugh.
On the first night that we arrived there was a group of 4 young Germans who were doing a quick trip through Europe, on a tight budget, after just finishing high school. They carried with them the innocence of youth. We enjoyed hearing about their travels and we all had a good ...
... for me. Oh yes... That was me. Not Corinne. Top moment: the night spent in the living room, making absolute fools of ourselves trying to pick up a paper bag with our teeth. I hadn't laughed so hard in soooo long. Thank you Corinne, you are an angel! The Millington family fed me, housed me, entertained me and generally treated me like family. But most importantly, they and the whole Mazzaforte property gave me the time to think and recuperate. My stay there was magical and I would ...
... 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, ...
... in their bunks... low & behold in the bottom bunk across from mine was Daniella from the walk & lunch partner.!!! I said, "hey! You're in my room!" And she answered very sweetly, with a smile, "um, you're in MYYY room!" We all laughed! Our other roommate, is this beautiful, tall and soft spoken girl from Holland, named Suzanne.
We went out for tapas with the group that started to form in our lobby. A sweet boy from Switzerland, named Ambrose introduced ...
... 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 ...