Hotel Ada Palace
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... museums which have been recommended... and just come down from what we've been through. We seem to well up alot .. and not sure why... we've talked about Connie (that's Clarisse ' s adopted blister) and have decided that she lives "in da bhasement at Clarisse ' s place". She doesn't work and she shmokes too much! We continue to ache even after being off the trail for 2 days now.. we are hoping that this sensation disappears soon... enjoy today's photos and Buenos nachos friends and ...
... best white wine in Spain by the Gourmets Wine Guide it is the only spanish wine that has been at the banquet of the Nobel Awards, the 10th of December of 2012, at the Blue Hall of Stockholm's City Hall.
A 15-year-old Oloroso: One of the traditional wines of the south-west that pairs the manchego cheese to perfection.
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... museum is full of paintings sculptures with a total of four stories lots of art Pieces to see. Unlike the Prado Museum the Reina Sophia museum has lots of revolutionary themed art works. The Guernica Is one of the most famous painting of Spain. It was painted in 1937, However due to World war 2 looming, Pablo Picasso decided to place a painting in New York's Museum of modern Art it was only after Franco's Death in1975 , Guernica finally ...
... a little too much and we didn't enjoy it quite as much. Today we visited the cathedral at Santo Domingo, AKA the Chicken Church. Legend has it that a pilgrim in midieval times was wrongly accused of theft and he was hung. His parents mourned him and continued on to Santiago. On their return trip, they stopped back to see his grave, only to find him alive! They went to talk to the judge, ...
... palace for a self guided tour. Neither Elliot nor I had ever been inside anything close to a lavish palace, so we were blown away by the extraordinary artwork and gilded decor. According to our guidebook, the place was built in 1734 by King Felipe V as an attempt to one-up all the other royal palaces in Europe with 2800 rooms! We got to see maybe 15 different rooms, but they were AMAZING. Elliot was especially fascinated by the Roman and Greek inspired ...