Gran Hotel Las Rozas
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... t give Janine one because she had a flu sticker on her school ID for year 13-14. We used Rick Steves self guided tour which added a lot to our understanding of the palace and made it so much more interesting. We walked up the main entrance and the security guard was the only other person there. I took a great ceiling selfie of the fresco above. We then walked through the palace and then the armory. My favorite parts of the palace ...
... walked back to the Real Jardin Botanico (translate yourselves). Plant collection wonderful, but grounds a little dry. Some trees 150 years old. Then time for coffee, then pastry, then feet-cooling at hotel (about 5 pm). Off Plaza Mayor at 7pm with Peter & Vicki (Peter is Jan's brother) who happen to be here too, in the same pub. Went to the Mayor Plaza for dinner. Some paella again, not as good as first day in Madrid. Otherwise a good ...
... do the work and spend many hours doing it, 2) the students do it and spend a lot of hours hand doing the gold and silver inlays on the jewelry and 3) the machines do it. They then took us to the showroom where we could purchase stuff. I got two earring sets from the master level with 10% off and a cross and necklace pendant piece of the third level at 50% off.
... train and got going. We both did a lot of our journals and then got a G&T with mike and Sophie in the bar carriage. Me and Michael went back and played cards and drank whiskey and then got into a heated argument over cards (Michael is so ******n stubborn). You returned and I went to sit back with you and you were a bit sad but we watched a bit of sex and the city and soon fell asleep. I love you, ...
... going to make it in time. Good call. Got in a cab. At the time, good call. Got to the station, forked out for the cab. Missed the effing train by two minutes. Ahhh. At this stage I had a sit in the train station. Just on the ground. Bags on my front and back and tried not to hate the world too much. After I recovered, I realised that being in Madrid for a day was not going to kill me. In fact it was a bloody great second choice to a day in Lisbon. Aside from the wasted money, ...