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... is worth over 15 million dollars. The royal Armory shows some of the shields and weapons used by generations of the royals. Then I visited the Almudena Cathedral on the opposite side of the Palace. It's interior is beautiful with high ceiling and nice paintings as well as stained glass. My next stop is the Monastery El Escorial. it is a about an hour NW of Madrid by bus. This monastery was built by King Philip II in the 1500's, we started the tour by visiting the architecture ...
... We were delighted to hear from Rob Fleming re the sanfl grand final - sorry brownie- made our day.
Have a great cruise Mary n Rob.
Good to hear Julie and Dennis r enjoying their holiday.
Curtis clan hope u got bussie class - enjoy.
xxx Ann n Jeff
Ps fashion hints
Ladies wedges, platforms, plateform wedges.
Men slim fitting shorts with small cuffs.
Congratulations bray o getting your first ...
8am misa and laudes was a lovely way start the day with the sun catching the city wall turrets beyond the chapel garden. It was a late dinner last night - Spanish time works differently and dinner wasn't until 9pm. We slept heavily lapping up the peace of Carmel after the party atmosphere of Madrid.
It was a shame to have to leave the universidad so quickly. The unusual star shaped ...
... they wore no ear protection and no eye protection. That was just the infringements I saw in the first 2 minutes. But they looked happy and worked together as a team, with 4 people involved in the making of one single glass. Avila is a great little town with the best preserved medieval town wall. The sight to the old town inside the wall, or the new modern town outside was fabulous. Our Parador was inside the old town which made it easy to walk, just like all ...
... right next to the cathedral. I couldn't see a post box outside so I went in and asked (when i say asked, I mean pointed to my post cards and said "Donde?") haha. The response was (luckily very similar to Italian): "In bocca de leon!" (Into the lion's mouth), whilst pointing outside. Refer to photos to see where your postcards were sent from :) I was almost spent by this point but went up on the rest of the wall and saw Plaza de Santa ...