Parrilla Principe

Address: 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

    Trip to Segovia

    A travel blog entry by gerryu on Oct 12, 2014

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    ... fell immediately asleep on the bus back to Madrid. Man were we stuffed! How can they eat like that! Back to Madrid for a small little tapas plate and capucchino. Still full... Becca's corner: Suckling pig (the experience with Charlene's dinner theater). The pig was just tender moist pig. The pig is roasted in a little water for three hours in a pine wood oven, and they ************* it at all. We really enjoyed a scrambled egg mixed with Iberian ham and ...

    Art, anthropology, El Rastro flea market & more

    A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Aug 04, 2014

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    ... across a National Geographic shop there where I bought a lovely t-shirt that was on special offer at a 40% reduction)...

    - El Rastro, the enormous street flea market held every Sunday morning. I didnīt buy anything but it was lovely to browse all the same.

    - The Museum of America. There were lots of really interesting exhibits (just as I guessed there would be). The information about each exhibit was all ...

    Madrid Part 2

    A travel blog entry by kvstark on Mar 27, 2014

    ... and then not since the early 1800s. This is another one of the things I wish I had read more about or had more information about to read while I was there. I did the cathedral museum (6 EUR) which was sort of interesting, and included a climb to the dome, from which you could go outside and get pretty awesome views of Madrid from a height. There were a bunch of old things from the archdiocese in the museum, which were sort of interesting ...

    A Day Trip fit for a King

    A travel blog entry by bryantdawson on Nov 09, 2013

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    ... 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

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    ... 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 ...