NH La Maquinista
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... only way to enter the building is on a tour.
The line to buy tickets goes off to the right, down the wall in center photo and around the corner in the left distance and on down another block. I don't do lines. If you go make sure to book in advance. But the two girls at right do indicate the weather was perfect for standing in line.
When we do go back to Europe, I will make an effort to get back to see the interior of the ...
... my friends and I decided to go to Spain for the weekend to get away from Paris and we end up meeting French people, not Parisians though. This trip surpassed my expectations and made for the most memorable Halloween weekend as well as one of the best weekends ever!
*It took me forever to finish my post about this trip since I got caught up with school work. I still haven't stopped thinking of Barcelona though :(
... canopy of shapes. The interior is created in a pale stone so the beautiful stained glass windows seem to burst from the walls. It really is a stunning space for which words do little to properly describe. This is palace that should be on everyone's bucket list. Finally we ascended one of the towers. Now if this were one of the other medieval church's that we have visited we would have had to climb a spiral staircase of say six hundred steps, only to arrive sweaty and out ...
The last bit. There is a point at which you are near the end of one part of your journey and will be moving into a whole new part. You start to chat about the part that is coming up. You are savouring each and every day of the now bits, the today time...because very soon it will be the done bits, the yesterday time. And that's okay. Constant change. It’s part of traveling. Nothing stays still for long...and nothing is repeated. Onward we go!
... on the streets and one can hear lots of different languages.
At the table next to us at the outdoor restaurant last night were Swiss. Needless to say Jim and Steve soon had them in conversation. They were on a 4 day holiday and it had taken them one and a half hours to fly there!! They couldn't believe how long we had taken to fly from Australia.