Dona Francisca

Address: C/ Capitan 147, Aranjuez, Madrid, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on C/ Capitan 147, Aranjuez, is near Palacio de Aranjuez.
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Travel Blogs from Aranjuez

Y Viva Espagna! - in English!

A travel blog entry by startrailers on May 24, 2014

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... s and later in the park we saw a bride and groom having their photo's taken.

The gardens cover over a square mile with an offshoot of the Tajo running through them.
We walked for what seemed like miles, past statues and fountains. we also walked a fair distance to the railway station, as we planned to go to ...

Medieval Festival

A travel blog entry by bryantdawson on Oct 09, 2013

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... after the French styles at the time.

Today is a special day for Alcalá. It is the annual kick off day of the Cervantes festival. Today, October 9th, is officially known as the Dia De Cervantes (Cervantes Day) in Alcalá. The city is shut down, nobody has school (including me!!), and everyone is off work. That should give you an idea of how much this city loves their most famous person. Remember that Miguel de Cervantes, the author of Don Quijote, was ...


A travel blog entry by lynnib on Sep 15, 2013

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... the main street, however, we did pop into the indoor market which sold a wide range of foodstuffs - fish, bakery, meat - including all kinds of offal such as tongue, pigs trotters, sheep heads, brains as well as the more familiar kidneys and liver. We bought some prime beef burgers and very good they were too last night on crusty bread with onions and HP sauce. Today we followed the recommendation of Eric and Dorothy, a few ...

Pleasant overnight stop

A travel blog entry by tiggercampervan on May 11, 2013

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... enjoying their dresses

The Spanish do like their evening strolls - there were officials blowing whistles in the gardens to get people to leave at 8.30 - so they moved to the adjoining square and carried on their promenade there


La semana pasada, una semana pesada

A travel blog entry by andrearini on Apr 15, 2013

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In Spanish, the word pesada means heavy. It can mean heave physically, like something that weighs a lot. It can also mean annoying or unbearable. But in the context I use it here, it means heavy, not in the sense of weight, but in the sense of a heavy heart, hard to bear, hard to understand and deal with. The sentence, “la semana pasada, una semana pesada” means, “last week, a heavy week.” Last week was indeed just that, heavy. I don’t remember ...