Los Lanceros Hotel

Address: Calvario 47 - 49, San Lorenzo de El Escorial, Madrid, 28200, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Calvario 47 - 49, San Lorenzo de El Escorial, is near Monastery of San Lorenzo de El Escorial and The Valley of the Fallen (El Valle de los Caidos).
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    Travel Blogs from San Lorenzo de El Escorial

    Trip to Segovia

    A travel blog entry by gerryu on Oct 12, 2014

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    ... with a silly look waiting for a better translation. The owner lifted her hand up again and said , "throw the plate!". So she shattered the plate on the floor and cut one of our tour members with a flying shard of plate. They eat dangerously here. The entire restaurant cheered her robust plate breaking and she sat down to resounding applause. (Ask to see the video . . .) The pig was preceded by five other courses and followed by two others. We didn't need ...

    Art, anthropology, El Rastro flea market & more

    A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Aug 04, 2014

    34 photos

    ... in a cave in Tenerife in the eighteenth century and the skeleton of a 'giant' who was born in Spain in 1849.

    - General street scenes and beautiful buildings that I've passed - Plaza Mayor, the Royal Palace, Plaza de la Puerta del Sol, colourful buildings in side streets, a busker playing a set of glasses (running his finger round the rims with water) outside the Royal Palace, the grandness of Gran Vía (the main street; ...

    Madrid Part 2

    A travel blog entry by kvstark on Mar 27, 2014

    ... I wasn't really rushing through it at all. I would say it was worth the 10 euro I paid for it since I love history and beauty.

    After the Palace, I went just across the Plaza to the Cathedral. It's still sort of vaguely under construction, although it was officially dedicated in 1993. I think it's the newest Cathedral in Europe. It's a very interesting building, because it was originally planned in the 1500s, and it's sort of been ...

    A Day Trip fit for a King

    A travel blog entry by bryantdawson on Nov 09, 2013

    11 photos

    ... served all royal purposes during the time and allowed Phillip II to hardly ever leave. In fact, it is said that the king ruled the entire empire by his signature from within this very building. He signed off on everything, but never personally participated in any wars.

    The visit was extremely interesting. The kings quarters were actually very modest. The impressive part was the basilica. This was the kings and court's personal church, so of course, ...

    Not an Inquisition Museum...

    A travel blog entry by haspain on Aug 09, 2013

    3 photos

    ... decompose. The urns are then placed in the fancy marble tombs on display in the main area. Beats having glade plug-ins all over the place!

    The attached Basilica was very, very big and had a huge gold-covered main altar.

    The architecture museum was great - filled with lots of copies of the original plans plus an original wooden man-powered crane that they used to lift the granite blocks into place. Pretty ...