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After a week of cities and culture we were heading south for the coast by Murcia, but being in no rush we planned a break along the way. An hour south of Toledo there are a group of 12 windmills made famous in Don Quixote. As neither of us have read the book Jo decided to get both the spanish (easy reading) and english versions on Kindle so we can get a better feel for the area and culture in 16th century ...
... a set of historic windmills
set on a hilltop outside of a town named Campo de Criptana. I guess the region
is a quite windy place since some hills still have sets of the old windmills
that Don Quijote chased in Cervantes novel. Far more numerous, though, are the
gigantic modern windmills that now generate a significant proportion of Spain’s
electric power. Those are joined by a fair number of fields of solar panels in
... s support over the past year and share a little bit of my story.
I want to start by inviting you all to take off your shoes if you feel comfortable doing so. Try willing your toes a bit. Maybe take a walk around. Think about what you are feeling. What does the ground feel like to you? Is it cold or warm? Etc... Ok, you can sit back down. Who would like to share what they felt?
I have some news that I would like to share with you.... we ...
... after breakfast we went back to the train station to head back into Madrid. In Madrid we went to the Plaza de Toros and go through the building listening to an audio guide. It was amazing to see the inside of the stadium, walk on the bullfighting ring and learn about the history of bullfighting. This is the place in Madrid, that for 2 weeks every June they fight around 6 bulls each day. In the history of the ring, since 1930, only one bull has ...
After two days in reasonably size cities such as Cordoba and Granada, it was time for a change up for in our Iberian travels. As we will be spending two days in Toledo at the beginning of next week, Dad decided months ago that the town we'd be visiting today would be Almagro, which is a small and completely non tourist town approximately half way between Cordoba and Toledo. The town however does have one claim to fame, the theatre built in ...