Petit Palace San Bernardo
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... very creepy. Apart from that I did enjoy a few of the names of the paintings and took in a few of the masterpieces.
After the Prado I walked back to Placa Sant Ana, where I had dinner at Lateral, the restaurant recommended by the girls at the hostel. I had Bass Cerviche, Melted brie with Jambon Iberico and potatoes with tomato/chilli sauce, all of which was delicious! I would recommend this place to a friend. I returned to the hostel for a beer on the roof before heading to ...
... the scenery which abruptly changed from high rise housing and skyscrapers of Madrid to dry, sagebrush, scattered trees, hills, fields and mesas, similar to the American southwest.
As we approached the Navarre region and Pamplona, more farms with green crops and trees dominated the landscape with the dramatic Pyrenees Mtns in the background. ...
... just all turned off in the Barcelona airport. This has never happened before and only the emergency lights are on. This is going to be interesting.) In the beginning we were all like cool lead us to wherever since we had no clue what was going on but towards the end we would be like, how much? and know exactly if it was a good deal or not. Also we would just see the name of the bar and club they were promoting and just be like nah we have been there and we don’t ...
... they are given money all the time to buy what they want so they don't need anything. They were really appreciated my gifts, even though they were mostly unsuitable but that's the only thing you can do when you only know their name age and gender.
I gave the Tim Tams mum sent me and between Nat, Nando, Triana and Diana they were all gone in literally five minutes - I managed to save one for Amparo ...
... place although the old town is relatively small. It is also on a high plateau at an altitude of about 700m (2,200 ft).
We saw lots of things: the great art galleries of the Museo del Prado and the Thyssen Bornemisza Museum, the Royal Place (Palacio Real) and the Catedral de la Almudena across the square, the Plaza Mayor, the Gran Via, magnificent gardens of Parque del Buen Retiro (with lake, the Palacio de Cristal and Palacio de Velázquez), ...