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... mom saw a sign and was approached by the hostess for a Vegetarian and Vegan Café. Luckily Bree stepped up to the plate and offered to have lunch with her Mom so that her Dad and I could be spared. After much searching (and almost throwing in the towel) we stumbled upon a little sidewalk café offering giant fish platters, so we settled in for our lunch as well. The rest of our afternoon in Cascais was pretty uneventful, it was a nice little town and we did a bit ...
... my stomach on its end and tips it upside down. It feels like it is punching me from the inside out! But we trudge along to our bike tour which sends us down street after street in the longest walk possible to pick up people from other hostels. We get our bikes and the tour starts with a massive hill going down and we are thinking how good is this. But when you go down you must go back up and we tackle that hill a bit later. For what our tour guide has in Enthusiasm he lacks in ...
... just all turned off in the Barcelona airport. This has never happened before and only the emergency lights are on. This is going to be interesting.) In the beginning we were all like cool lead us to wherever since we had no clue what was going on but towards the end we would be like, how much? and know exactly if it was a good deal or not. Also we would just see the name of the bar and club they were promoting and just be like nah we have been there and we don’t ...
I enjoyed a good nights sleep ready to hit the road quite early for a trip to Toledo. Toledo is an old,walled, medieval city perched high on rock and is well worth a visit. We had elected to go there on an organised half day tour which I think was a good idea for a couple of reasons. Firstly, the bus drove us up the steep hill, and secondly,the city itself is like a ...
... get accepted into the Royal Academy of Fine Arts. The restaurant is also mentioned in the book Fortunata y Jacinta by Benito Pérez Galdós (published 1886-1887). The Sobrino and its speciality of cochinillo asado (roast suckling pig) are mentioned in the closing pages of Ernest Hemingway's novel, The Sun Also Rises.
And the Atocha railway station has a nice restaurant for coffee shop, and indoor garden with large trees and tortoises.
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