Hotel Dracos

Address: Serrallo 51, Cebreros, Castile-León, 05260, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Serrallo 51, Cebreros.
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    Número Tres

    A travel blog entry by dhsinspain on Jun 01, 2015

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    Yesterday was another packed day! In the morning we went to El Escorial -- an enormous royal palace and monastery built by King Philip II that is less than an hour from Segovia. We had a wonderful tour and brushed up on the last 400 years of Spanish history. Highlights included the royal mausoleum, where nearly all of the kings and queens since Ferdinand and Isabella are buried, and the royal gardens, replete with rose bushes and topiaries. After relaxing in ...

    San Lorenzo del El Escorial

    A travel blog entry by joshdrewmadrid on Oct 04, 2014

    15 photos

    ... those that worked at the Monastery. Now it is a small town filled with lots of people and a great atmosphere.
    The Monastery was a crazy place to visit, because it served so many different purposes. Inside the Monastery was the area where the Monks lived and still live, the offices of the royal employees that worked there, the Palace where the King and Queen would stay, the Library, the Basilica, and the Pantheon.
    Originally we were supposed to have ...

    Day 10: Monastery Madrid, like Mint Mondays

    A travel blog entry by phoenix7 on Aug 21, 2013

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... convent was closed to the public for most of its history, thus leaving them unknown now. The stairway was the most beautiful one I have ever seen. The walls and ceiling were completely painted with columns ("false architecture"), angels and roses. This room is highly uncharacteristic of a monastery, as it was part of the original palace building, before being transformed into a monastery. After the tour I headed off to see the famous Monastery of San Lorenzo de ...

    The Supermarket--Crisann

    A travel blog entry by mccloy on Jul 31, 2013

    ... pool, which was refreshingly ice-cold. Tomorrow is supposed to be even hotter, but thank goodness there is little to no humidity. It is about 9p.m. and we have not eaten dinner yet, but are working on it now. Fish, but no fish-eyes, and fruit for dessert! :) Blessed and happy, Crisann P.S. From Christine -- we are experiencing issues with up loading pix. Hope to fix it soon, but my geek squad is 3800 miles ...

    El Escorial: A cold grey palace

    A travel blog entry by megs-anoop on Feb 12, 2013

    6 photos

    ... at UBC or that of SFU’s main complex)

    650 feet long by 500 feet wide

    2600 windows, 1200 doors and more than 100 miles of cold, drafty passages

    Philip ruled his empire and also oversaw the Spanish Inquisition from here

    We went on a self-guided tour of the palace which more resembled a very large, administrative complex as opposed to a palace. We spent ...