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Chocolateria San Gines

One of the best (and a few open) places to have breakfast at 5 in the morning. Churros with hot chocolate. I also like the location -centric but in a nook.

Queen Ena of Spain wearing the Fleur de Lys tiara. She wore the tiara throughout her life and never lent it to either of her daughters.

Royal Palace, Madrid | Spain. The Palacio Real de Madrid is the official residence of the Spanish Royal Family, but is only used for state ceremonies.

Madrid's Royal Palace was conceived in the 18th century by fine King Philip V, who came from France. He ordered the construction of a Versailles styled palace and today we can still enjoy its interior like this room: the antechamber of King Charles III. | Learn more:

El Escorial Museum Madrid, Spain. I must say that I had the pleasure to see it and it blow you away.

Queen Letizia gives students a lesson in style in #Madrid #royal