Palacio Miraflores Hotel
Travel Blogs from Miraflores de la Sierra
Alright... I hope this doesn't change anybody's opinion of me. You've all known me and appreciated me for who I am before this, and I hope you can treat me the same way after. It's taking me a lot of courage to say this, but I figure it's best to just get it over with and let everyone know the truth: I like bidets.
There. I said it. I don't know what it is, but there's just something so soothing about rinsing your nether regions in a ...
... smelled? The bakery gives that a run for its money.
Tomorrow we return the car, hopefully stow our bags at the train station so we can spend some more time in Santiago before heading to Vigo for our final night in Europe. We're staying at the same wonderful hotel in Vigo that provided us with such good service several days ago. We hope to have that same bread, a big salad and another great bottle of wine for dinner.
That dog we hear ...
By Rachel Paraoan
Today was a very productive day! Or was it..
This morning, I experienced my first rainfall here in Madrid. Although it only rained for 5 minutes, it stil rained. At 12:30PM, Jackie and I ended up meeting with Ytsel and Eva to do some shoppinng in Sol-specifically Lefties. We were excited to go into that store for a while since we knew the store´s prices were cheap and well within our budget. After we shopped at Lefties, Eva and Ytsel ...
... 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.
... An apple strudel from the Pastelería Austriaca, is just as tempting. The hall is filled with picnic-ready steel tables and stools. Syl and I picked a table and sat down for paella, bocadillos and cerveza. We observed that marketgoers varied between those shopping to cook at home — whole chickens, tubs of freshly pickled olives — and those who came to gawk at the market itself (much like we are doing ...
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility