Petit Palace Londres
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... tourists. Its narrow streets add to its charm. The town still houses the chief Roman Catholic primate of the country.
Approaching the cathedral, an arch allowed the archbishop direct access to this Gothic structure, the third largest in Spain. Our guide pointed out a set of doors only used if the pope or king was attending mass. Also at the Plaza del Ayuntamiento was the town hall, very much second fiddle to the wonders of the cathedral.
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... no go zone. Wow what an eye opening experience, it was stunning, I don't think I have ever seen such splendour in one place from the paintings on the ceilings to the rich tapestries on the wall to the art work, truly mind blowing. The Palace was built by Carlos III (Charles III) in the 1600's and is no longer a residence but is still used for royal engagements etc.
Currently there is an art exhibition on at the Palace, "The ...
... m on the train to Madrid. The ticket I’d bought the other day was unfortunately booked for Tuesday, despite asking for Wednesday, and I stupidly didn’t check the date when I left the ticket desk, or at any other time. Anyway, I rebooked myself on the 11am train, and was able to use free wifi from McDonalds to do a few things to fill in the time. The train itself was pretty cool- on one screen in the carriage the speed of the train was displayed every so often. The highest ...
... of the Arts Museum. It was free at the time we arrived there so it was perfect timing! We got to see art from Picasso, Dalí, Goya, and many more. There were even some silent films set up in a couple of the galleries. We watched one called Un Chien Andalou and it was extremely bizarre. It was seriously messed up, to say the very least and I don't think my lack of sleep helped it either. Karliana and I had made plans to meet for a late lunch/early dinner at 4:30 so that ...
... of adjectives). From there, we travelled to Granada, had a group dinner, and then took a late night walking tour of the old city, afterwards going to see a traditional Flamenco show! That was so much fun! I loved being able to finally see that in person! It was a small space, yet the performers were so talented! The next day, we went up to visit the Alhambra, which is a giant, royal palace and grounds, one of the most beautiful palaces I have seen (in pictures or in ...