Parrilla Principe

Mariano Benavente 12, San Lorenzo de El Escorial, Madrid, 28200, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Mariano Benavente 12, San Lorenzo de El Escorial, is near Monastery of San Lorenzo de El Escorial and The Valley of the Fallen (El Valle de los Caidos).
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    Travel Blogs from San Lorenzo de El Escorial

    Quick Visit to the Capital City of our New Home!

    A travel blog entry by halloween1 on Mar 05, 2014

    18 photos

    ... hop off' bus tour. What an amazing Insight into a history which is so much older than Australia but has architecture which is so much more than our cave paintings! It is hard not to be cynical about our heritage when you are faced with 300 year old architecture which still stands today AND is superior to anything we see built today. Tonight we went flamenco dancing. Well we didn't but we did watch some truly amazing athletes dance this freestyle dance. Their ...


    A travel blog entry by melissa96 on Dec 01, 2013

    3 comments, 42 photos

    ... and slightly offended but then they brought a brand new plate of the same food back. Apparently, they feel inadequate if you finish your meal and like they have not given you enough - which is basically a massive waste of food. Everyone had red wine, beer and spirits which they were drinking at the same time. And god forbid the wine be less than five years old; that was quickly sent back.

    The flamenco was amazing! A photographer came round with the dancers prior and ...

    A Day Trip fit for a King

    A travel blog entry by bryantdawson on Nov 09, 2013

    11 photos

    ... impressive, with marble pillars and gold scattered throughout. There is also a "Sistine Chapel-esque" painting covering the ceiling that took my breath away. Underneath the church is the "Panteon", the burial site of nearly every Spanish King since the 16th Century. This was my favorite part of the visit, and probably the most decorated room I have ever stood in. All the walls are marble and accented with real gold. The kings are displayed in the most ...

    Not an Inquisition Museum...

    A travel blog entry by haspain on Aug 09, 2013

    3 photos

    ... when you consider that they didn't have computers, calculators (or even slide rules) or any sort of mechanised construction equipment!

    The hall of battles was awesome. Huge murals run it's full length depicting victories over the Moors and the French. The depictions are so realistic that they were apparently used to teach the new king different war tactics and, in modern day, they've been used by historians to determine the types ...

    We're on the road to nowhere...

    A travel blog entry by kimbearlyluv on Jan 30, 2013

    18 photos

    ... bike ride everywhere. I met some really good and friendly people and I know that when I come back - not if I have some friends there already. The last few days were just me hanging around the city, going out with those from the hostel and catching up on some sleep. Yesterday I was able to go see a really large park with this huge fountain, so, so pretty. Barcelona has their own Arc de Triumphe and I finally managed to make my way to the castle up high in ...