El Escorial

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After Ávila, we visited El Escorial, a royal Spanish monastery, palace, museum, and school, in the town of San Lorenzo de El Escorial. It was pretty beautiful to say the least, though my friends and I were kind of trying to book it out of there because our Rolling Stones concert was that night. Nonetheless though, supa pretty and definitely worth seeing. 

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