The cloister is not as rich as some others I've seen before (with a different capital for each column and so on) but is really elegant and harmonious.
This is the Queen's Hall, a good example of how proportions and space are Pedralbe's main appeals instead of richness and ornaments.
This a well in the cloister garden seen from the upper gallery. There was a marriage at the church and some few visitors, not so much people for a spring weekend. A very still, quiet and beautiful place to draw. I think I'll come back.