Rocas Rojas

San Agustin de Guadalix, Madrid, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located in San Agustin de Guadalix.
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Travel Blogs from San Agustin de Guadalix

Saturday - walking the town

A travel blog entry by margshepherd on Aug 02, 2014

1 comment

... at the Plaza Espana to watch an exhilarating, passionate, moving and stunning flamenco performance. A must-see for anyone visiting in Spain. Afterwards we walked up to the Main Street and we could easily have been in George Street Sydney. It is so different to the Spain we have been experiencing. However it gave us an opportunity for a meal at 10 pm ( with everyone else in Spain) before catching tube home to bed for a good nights sleep ...

Viva Espana!

A travel blog entry by sbusby on Jun 15, 2014

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... family and then went to go get something light to eat.
After that we went back to the room and watched Joseph Smith: The Restoration of the Gospel video on YouTube...I love YouTube...I can find almost anything there. We are going to chat with family and then go to sleep.

We love and miss all of you and I wish every single one of the fathers in my life and in my family an amazing, loving, gratitude-filled Father's day. You are loved and appreciated! All ...

Hola Madrid!

A travel blog entry by emezzy on May 10, 2014

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... ultimate. A quick history lesson for y'all re: the tapa though? The name 'tapa' comes from the Spanish verb ‘tapar’ which means to cover. Every city has it's own story behind how tapas came to be. For Madrid though, it is believed King Filipe was concerned about the quantities of alcohol being consumed and as a result introduced a law that drinks would always be served with a small plate of food. The bartenders placed a lid (Remember, 'tapa' ...

Milestone day

A travel blog entry by melissa96 on Jan 09, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

... I have with Spanish is 'my' is 'mi' and my absolute pet peeve is people saying "me house", "me car" etc and the Spanish 'I' is pronounced 'e' to make it worse. After all this time I'm still struggling to decide which is harder, having two English words for their one or one Spanish word for our two!

When I first came here Nat swore black and blue that she had absolutely no interest of ever going to Australia and the only place to learn ...

Touring Madrid

A travel blog entry by lizmann on Sep 17, 2013

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... quite a lot of armour inside as well as the throne room where Queen Isabel reigned. Thank goodness for "Hard Rock Cafe" that serve meals at an early hour. Toledo and Salamanca have been very rich in history with various buildings and cathedrals dating back to 1200 and some rebuilt in the 1500's . Both of these cities have a main plaza. This is a central meeting area enclosed, with the boarders full of eating areas similar to St Marks Square in Venice. Enough for now Portugal here we ...