NH Principe de la Paz
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... that it was dilapidated and the building now for sale... :-(
I decided to take a walk through the park, only to discover that it was closed because a storm had loosened lots of branches and they were working on making it safer.
I had a look at some restaurants, but they were very expensive and not very cozy-looking.
So by that time my impression of Aranjuez was quite negative!
Rather desperately ...
... of wide tree-lined boulevards intersecting at angles that create broad
vistas of the palace and other buildings like other eighteenth century planned
cities like Washington, DC, Karlsruhe, and Versailles. I have to admit that
while the palace’s rooms are opulently decorated and interesting to walk
through with an audio guide, their grandeur is comparable to many smaller royal
palaces around Europe rather than Versailles.
... backs. Snow on some of the surrounding peaks, where the wind comes from ... The early Romans described Segovia's weather as 9 months of winter and 3 months of hell. Getting off the bus I was struck by the height and breadth of the aqueduct, the beauty of the town and the number of swallows flying around. Many hollows in the aqueduct and lots of cliffs in the gorges provide ideal nesting sites. Didn't notice many insects - Swallow Squadrons doing ...
... s and later in the park we saw a bride and groom having their photo's taken.
The gardens cover over a square mile with an offshoot of the Tajo running through them.
We walked for what seemed like miles, past statues and fountains. we also walked a fair distance to the railway station, as we planned to go to ...
... Friday which is HORRIBLE news. However my advisor himself told me that I should skip a few classes. When I asked who I should tell if I wished to skip a class he said "nobody" in his thick accent. This made me laugh so much. For now I'm only thinking of skipping two. ...