Palacio Miraflores Hotel
Travel Blogs from Miraflores de la Sierra
... actually. It turns
out that about a half hour after Sigga and I returned to our hostel the
protest got very violent not far from where we were staying. Over 100
people were injured and around 30 were arrested. Firecrackers were
thrown at police,tear gas was used by the police and a lot of tearing
down of parts of buildings and breaking windows occurred. Pretty intense
stuff for an American who isn't used to protests in general! ...
... inexpensive, classy in its own way, a regular local clientele moving through. All the fish was sparklingly fresh. We were very pleased.
We strolled out, ready for the Prado. A short walk of a couple of blocks and we were in, ploughing past the petty arrogance of the ticket sellers and gate keepers. This is a massive collection of classical and Spanish art across many centuries. We got the plan and picked what to see and then ...
... the pictures we saw online so I was pleased. We were waiting for Jon as he paid the taxi driver and carried up the rest of our luggage. I asked mom what she thought about the apartment and she said "Well, I'll wait to see the rest of it until you and Jon can see it together." I laughed. "Mom, this is it." There's no grand tour or seeing other bedrooms, this tiny studio was all we have for the next month. I had mentally prepared ...
... Ben was being her brother with wise cracks and comic relief. I went back to the job of being introduced as the father of the bride . I was surprised how many of the guests spoke english. Finally it was time for me to walk my daughter to her new husband. She was a vision the dress was perfect and she took my breath away. At this point I am doing better than I thought but on the way to the ceremony we walk through the kitchen and Geo the live in help wants a ...
... take the direct route (back roads) and then coming home on the Autopista (Interstate). To help accomplish that I sat the GPS for the small town of Miraflores de la Sierra. We had gone through there once before when we went to the small town of Rascafria.
This time we decided to stop and have a coffee. After walking around a little we ended up at la Parroquia Restaurante. That was at about 10:00.
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility