Travel Blogs from Leganes
... I said 'no way! I am not trekking my kids (they are "mine" when I am trying to prove a point) to some doped out hippy dippy hostel to have all our **** stolen by a bunch of freaky twenty-somethings. But Wade investigated and ensured me it was more of an HOTEL than a HOSTEL. He held firm and booked it despite my protests.
Well, let me tell you something - HE WAS SO WRONG!!!! It is not a HOTEL at all...it is a freaking huge apartment. There is a big entrance, two cool bedrooms, ...
... that we had a
little free time in the museum. It wasn't enough. I feel like it would
be several days in the Museum de Prada before I really thoroughly saw
Me gustan mucho los cuadernos de Rembrandt. Pero encontre' solo un
cuaderno de Rembrandt. Mi amigas quisieron ver Rafeal pero el exibito de
Rafeal fue cerrado. Habia muchos cuadernos de Rubens. Me gusta volver
... Attempted a tapas crawl tonight... place numero uno "Museo de Jamon" was marvelous; second place "Lhardy" was expensive--we politely bailed three minutes after sitting, luckily before they finished making our Sangrias (lets just say it cost more than a hotel; according to something we read, this was the supposed to be the place where you order what you want and determine how much money your food should cost---too bad it was the other way around: they decide what ...
... out of the deep underground train. After trying a practice run without luggage and having to descend many flights of escalators that were not working, into a dimly lighted cavern holding trains without direction or signs, we found our way out and decided on a cab. We usually find our way around pretty easily but this time it was way too complicated.
This leg of the journey required much flexibility and turned out to be great fun.
... with its portrayal of the consequences of sin: the syphilitic nose, a body being consumed by worms, animals having their way with humanity – nature devoid of God’s grace.
Travel note: the Ermita de San Antonio de la Florida has original frescoes by Goya which are well worth the trek out there. The chapel is small, free, and peaceful, but beware the crick in the neck from gazing up as you ...
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