Sheraton Santa Maria de El Paular
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... to get home but they won't load on here unfortunately. Then i couldnt work out how to unlock the door to our house (Spanish keys are different) so i had to walk through the restaurant with my muddy, brown leggings - super embarrassing!
At school Monday, a teacher was helping me practice Spanish and asked "what did you have for breakfast?" i explained that I didnt have breakfast because there was no food in the house... a few hours later at home Lala and Diana ...
... room my headache was so massive I thought I was going to start crying – I have so much respect for music teachers now! They could learn piano, the triangle, fagot (I'm still laughing), violin or hand-drum thing (I’ve forgotten it's name). I had an extremely shy girl - whose glasses magnified her eyes so much that she looked like a rat - talk to me through another only slightly-less-shy boy who knew no English so had forgotten what she said to say by ...
... was beautiful, but the florid ceilings stole the show. (Carol Ann liked the soldiers and horses in full armor). Next, we headed to the Catedral de la Almudena (cathedral of the Almudena) and lit a candle in prayer for Lief to get a new heart. After the cathedral, we walk to the highly recommended restaurant, El Sobrino de Botín. We were served an amazing lunch by ...
... is larger than St Peter’s in Rome. In fact, for reasons of diplomacy, an internal partition was put in place so when Pope John XXIII consecrated the basilica it was not, technically, bigger than his own church. Franco arranged for the founder of his Fascist Falange partry, de Rivera, to be buried in the centre at the front of the altar, and for the bodies of the thousands who “gave ...
... the courtyard.
Leaving the Hapsburg Gallery we went into the Queen's Gallery. There were a couple of 16th century tapestries and several paintings. However, the most striking part of the gallery is the ceiling. It is made up of about a dozen paintings depicting the story of Joseph. They were painted between 1607 and 1612.
After the Queen's Gallery we walked through the Room of Aurora (at this point a family of four joined our ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center