Palacio De Rubianes Hotel & Golf
Travel Blogs from Cereceda
So Daz and have ate and ate and ate and ohh tasted many different drinks. The dress I had for Jamie and Amanda's wedding well...don't think it will fit lol but will work on that later.
Saying goodbye was the downside to our trip and very emotional :-( but we did it and moved on to the airport without to many tears.... It was a very quiet flight to Germany but Daz's plans for river cruise would soon fix the doldrums.
... not saying Mass etc. 40,000 bodies are buried under the cathedral as it was built in memory of all those who died in the Spanish civil war. After the tour we had lunch on the Grand via and did some shopping before a quiet afternoon packing our bags and resting up for our trip to Paris tomorrow. We booked the taxi to pick us up at 4 am so it will be an early ...
... with derelict homes. I can't help wondering what became of their inhabitants and why they moved on.
There is a statue in the square next to the hotel, the Bear and the Madrono tree which is the heraldic symbol of Madrid. Will put up a pic. The square is alive with street entertainers and people everywhere, and it's still ...
... Vasquez, Picasso, Goya and others. Was able to pick up some nice trinkets at the shop. From there we walked to Retiro Park and had a nice cold iceblock sitting under the trees. Today as quite hot and the walking was tough going. After this we walked to the Egyptian temple Templo De Debod. It is free to enter and worth a look. It was a gift to Madrid and ...
We woke up very late as we were all exhausted from our various long journeys. After a shower we all wandered out of the house in search of food. However, we headed in the wrong direction and ended up at somewhere pretty average and a bit pricey. After our large lunch we decided to walk to Parque de Buen Retiro, which was a short but nice walk past Musel del Prado. The gardens were beautiful, full of mazes of ...
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- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking