Travelodge Las Rozas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... by monks from the Monastery. In these rooms, the remains of the deceased are placed in a small leaden urn, which in turn will be placed in the marble sepulchers of the appropriate pantheon after the passage of fifty years, the estimated time necessary for the complete decomposition of the bodies. Climbing up from the pantheon, we walked through rooms of tombs, these were tombs of all sorts of people- brothers and sisters of the kings, older children, etc. ...
... to see you soon. Honourable mentions... Roger. The crazy Dutch ******* who was the catalyst between me meeting Shawn White and the brothers Dodds, who all had a huge impact on my trip. Thank you Roger. Where ever the bloody hell you are. The naked man. The naked old lady (no photo of that. No one needs to see that) Sexy ken! Mona Lisa Yoda Simba The lawn mower that didn't chop my foot off Everyone in funny suits Everyone with a ratty/mullet for my enjoyment All the magnificent children I met on this ...
This is the first trip abroad to visit Dan that we have been in a Western country and weren't scheduled daily with tour and trips. It's been great to wake up, ease into the day in the apartment and not have a sense of urgency every morning to get out the door. Mom and I headed to the grocery store this morning while Dan went back to his apartment to get clothes. The grocery store that was in the basement of the department store looked very similar to any smaller grocery store at ...
... after dinner has been taken one coffee, white wine with dessert and then spirits to finish off with - most often London Beefeater, with a 50/50 ratio of alcohol and lemonade/coke etc.
Despite the name 'Smart Car' there is no clock in the car, the most annoying thing ever and to close the door you need a massive push, the first time I thought it was going I make the car collapse.
Everyone I have spoken to here has told me that they ...
... perspective of society. We bring up things we notice as foreigners that are very much contrasted to what we're used to in the states, and I have very much enjoyed hearing my own thoughts voiced by my fellow classmates. My Spanish Art class is surprising in that the ways religion and the politics of the state have had such an impact on how artists produce works that we now use to shape our perceptions of that moment in history. This was really made clear when we ...