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... to decorate every wall and floor there is. This palace is only used now for stately functions, wedding etc, while the Spanish royal live a separate residence. I love the grand staircase leading up the rooms , the throne room and the massive dining room with a long dining table that can easily fit over 130 guests . The quarter also houses some of worlds best violins collections by Antonius Strdivarius. the violins are over 300 + years old and produces some incredible music. ...
... We were delighted to hear from Rob Fleming re the sanfl grand final - sorry brownie- made our day.
Have a great cruise Mary n Rob.
Good to hear Julie and Dennis r enjoying their holiday.
Curtis clan hope u got bussie class - enjoy.
xxx Ann n Jeff
Ps fashion hints
Ladies wedges, platforms, plateform wedges.
Men slim fitting shorts with small cuffs.
Congratulations bray o getting your first ...
... castle) that we'll check out tomorrow.
had an email from Randa at Harvest pilgrimages this morning and it seems there will be yet another general blog for the tour group -ww.pilgrimsroad.net
Now time for that pig.
See ya xxx
"In the eveving of your life you will be tested in love. Learn to love as God desires to be loved and abandon your own ways of acting" St John of the Cross
... the signs. At one point there was an entry into an official looking place, but It was totally ignored, since it did not say el Escorial. After driving another 10 kilometers we found a massive palace and monastery, San Lorenzo de Escorial. I am totally amazed that anybody could keep a place of this size operational, it must have cost a fortune. Unfortunately each week comes with a Monday, and Mondays most museums and palaces are closed, so we could not go in, but ...
... I learn that the weather forecast for the next two days is dreadful - 11C and rain! Can this really be Spain in mid-June?
It's a sunny evening so, thinking that this might be my only chance to get some photos of Avila's walls in the sunshine, I go out for a walk round them. They were built in 1090-1099 after Christians under Alfonso VI had captured Avila from the Moors. Most of the modern city is outside the walls, but the interesting parts, ...