Hotel La Barranca

Address: Valle de La Barranca s/n , Navacerrada, Madrid, 28491, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Valle de La Barranca s/n , Navacerrada.
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    The city of Segovia

    A travel blog entry by seanix on Oct 28, 2015

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    ... wrote Dark Night of the Soul. The late Gothic 16th century Cathedral of Segovia was built by the same team who built Salamanca cathedral but more quickly, and on simpler lines in ways that are disguised by its exterior ornamentation. An outstanding feature of the church for me was the sculpture of the recumbent Christ in the Chapel of the Deposition. Incredibly life-like features of the ...

    Last day in Madrid

    A travel blog entry by gnbnz on Sep 13, 2015

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    We wanted to get into a different scene today and headed to a flea market called El Rastro via the Plaza Mayor, a major tourist attraction and the scene of all sorts of historical activities. Not sure if we got fleas but wouldn't be surprised. El Rastro is a famous area that offers almost anything you can think of buying. Clothing, jewellery, second hand goods, antiques, fakes, the thieves ...

    Madrid Day 1

    A travel blog entry by haleyandcam on Jun 22, 2015

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    ... he was either going to marry a pop star or something or her. Anyways we were really lucky the palace was open because the King and Queen were coming to town the next 3 days and the Palace was going to be closed! Something interesting, the royals never wear the crown because they don't have a coronation although they have one, and they also never sit in their thrones they stand in front of them. After the palace we continued to ...

    In flight

    A travel blog entry by jaeugene on Mar 25, 2015

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    ... I knew about 5 years back when I stayed in Madrid for two months. One of my favorite part of Madrid was the Museo Nacional de Antropología. The Tsunami wave aftermath exhibition was truly phenomenal - I don't think I have ever been so moved by an museum exhibition.

    Last weekend was Las Fallas, a big festival in Valencia. People spend all year working on cardboard and paper mache structures, mainly depicting different humans ...

    Prado day

    A travel blog entry by rosiemarzouk on Oct 17, 2014

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    We have had a great day, but not a huge report. Started off going to the churreria where they make the churros while you can watch - SO fresh, even I like them! Then we went to one of the many places that squeeze oranges, so we had all our morning requirements (plus coffee of course). Then we had a Prado marathon. Fantastic - saw many Goyas, Velasquez, Tintorettos, Rubens, Titans etc....wonderful, and did almost ...