Top Secret 4 Stars - Caleta De Fuste (Fuerteventura)
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... in the Plaza de Espanya From here we found our way to the Don Quixote and Pablo statue at the bottom of the Isabella monument, then the Temple de Debod Egyptian temple, given to Spain in 1968 for their assistance in rescuing monuments that had been threatened by the rising waters of the Nile. We then started our way back to the hotel, passing the Royal Palace just as they were performing the changing of the guard. Very simple and colorful. We ...
... many saints there are. The Prado has the largest collections of Rubens (about 90) as well as many Velazquez, Goya, Tintoretto, Rafael, Van Dyck and Rembrandt paintings just to name a few. There is even a Mona Lisa that was done by a student of Da Vinci. We spent several hours just wandering from room to room taking in all the wonderful art on display. There is only so much art appreciation one can handle before a coffee break is required. We headed to the cafe for a coffee ...
... before the fortress was used as a palace. The old palace burned to the ground on December 24, 1734.
Phillip V commissioned the new palace on April 7, 1738. The palace was finished in 1755. Of course, a palace is never really finished. Additions and remodeling have continued over the centuries. The last major work was finished in 1892. The palace has 1,450,000 square feet (yes that is over 1 million square feet). There are 3,418 rooms. To say it is big is ...
... br> de Las Ventas bullring to experience a bull fight. I honestly didn’t know much
about bull fighting before going to see it first hand but some guys in our
class went to see it and I felt like I couldn’t leave spain without seeing a
bull fight. We got there really early and scored tickets for 10 euro, after I gladly
took the reigns and bartered with the kiosk lady. I find that in our group
although my Spanish isn’t the strongest, I am the most ...
... with a family at a place overlooking the surf beach, barely a 3 minute walk away. Although our language barrier was pretty large, they were so welcoming and looked after us a treat. Room with a view, homecooked breakfast, even a paella for lunch one day, was a great way to finish our stay in San Seb. Dan was king of the kids again, making friends with the 3 year old son - pretty easy when ...
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