Travelodge Las Rozas
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Travel Blogs from Las Rozas
... the works of four of the Spanish masters: El Greco, Diego de Velázquez, Bartolomé Esteban Murillo, and Francisco de Goya. We studied many of these pieces in Spanish 4 this past year, so it was pretty exciting to see these paintings in person! We got back to Segovia at 8:00, and had an hour to stroll and shop before returning home for dinner. It was another lovely ...
What an amazing day. Our train left Barcelona at 1pm and our entire journey left us gobsmacked. Two officials in orange jackets took over all our bags at the station and deposited us at the right departure gate. 15 minutes before our train departed, they reappeared to carry our bags all the way to the train (leading us to the right platform!) and put them on for us before seating us in our very comfortable seats! The 3 ...
... arrived nearly 2 hours late! Poor dears were pretty frazzled! After a couple hours on that rooftop enjoying the city Gail and I decided we were definitely not up to Tapas and more visiting and beverages, so we walked home , enjoyed the left over Paella and drove ourselves a little nutz trying to understand an old "hero's" type movie, fabulous or magnificent or some such 4---in Spanish! we got pretty silly with that. ...
... your request I took you home. We got a kebab nearby and then walked home, which took forever because you wanted to stop every five metres. You were being incredibly lovely so I didn't mind. We got back and went to bed and everyone else came in only about half an hour later. After several disturbances (someone at the front door, everyone coming in, a girl who had to get up in three and a half hours but had returned after us telling everyone to shut up) we went to sleep. I love you, ...
... and I also spent an afternoon at the Madrid Rio Park. This is a 10k strip of redevelopment along a small trickle of the Manzanares River. It is beautifully done with some of the coolest public play structures I’ve ever seen. The kids gave a climbing structure made with logs and nets a big thumbs up. It looked like a giant dropped a bunch of very large pick up sticks. They also field-tested a collection of slides cleverly set into a hillside. ...