Posada del Agua
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- Continental Breakfast
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... IS NEXT AND TRUST, TO KNOW THAT HE IS YOUR GOD.!!! ST THERSA's BEDROOM,HER PRAYER BOOK, ROSERY,AND HER BED. THE YARD WHERE SHE AND HER BROTHER PLAYED. BECAUSE I AM EARLY IN THE SEASON THERE ARE ALSO PLACES THAT ARNT OPEN YET.....BUT THIS IS WHAT I WANTED TO SEE. WE NEED TO ALL STRIVE TO BE SAINTS...... Day 3 JUST LOOKED AROUND, WALKED ALL AROUND THE WALL AND IN IT .BACK TO ST ...
... courtyard and richly decorated interior. I was lucky to have a personal tour guide who took me and show me the details of the history behind each room. The Spanish king Philip V built the current palace, he also hired foreign artists and builder to reproduce the beauty of interior decor on par with the French and Italians. This is one of the most well decorated palace I have seen. This is a huge palace with 2800 rooms, luxury of tapestries and chandeliers as well as ...
... seeing the architectural design inside was awesome. We saw a lot of furniture that was actually used in the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries. It was and odd feeling thinking of the people that had actually used it.
In my opinion El Escorial did not compare to Segovia, but at the same time it was a very interesting town to go to. The Monastery was a truly amazing building. The only problem with these day trips is it we hardly have enough time to do everything we want to do. ...
... the secret chapel a loud rumbling noise caused us some concern. We were waiting 4 the walls to start shaking, they didn't prepare us 4 the audiovisual presentation of the Lisbon earthquake.
Quick daylight bus to avila stopping in small meagre villages to pick up passengers.
Bray you would have loved our meal tonight. Grandpa had lamb chops and I had goat - huge plate of meat no vegitables and we ate it with our ...
8am misa and laudes was a lovely way start the day with the sun catching the city wall turrets beyond the chapel garden. It was a late dinner last night - Spanish time works differently and dinner wasn't until 9pm. We slept heavily lapping up the peace of Carmel after the party atmosphere of Madrid.
It was a shame to have to leave the universidad so quickly. The unusual star shaped ...