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... France, China, India, or other countries, or if it’s
just that Spain is known for lobbying particularly hard for its national
interests in international organizations like UNESCO and the European Union.
Aranjuez is not a very large city but is very different from
other Spanish cities and towns. Whereas most Spanish cities have a crowded feel
with narrow streets lined by multi-story buildings, Aranjuez has the ...
... the females and Realmadrid (all one word)for the males. Everyone, even Grandma and the toddlers, had the corresponding kit. Then the music started - all the relevant chants and songs for each team!
we decided we would leave them all to it and go for a walk and see the Royal Palace and gardens. We had an early lunch because we ...
... Bornemisza. Went specifically for the Cezzane Exposition, with many of the paintings on loan from other parts of the world, then moved onto the rest of the artworks in the museum.
Great credit needs to be given to all the bus drivers, who not only coped with city traffic and tiny one way streets, but continual protests and street marches, so that the route could change at any time. Police everywhere, but not sure if they were actualy helping with traffic control ...
... toll roads were terrific but with scarcely any vehicles using them. I reckon the country went broke building these huge roads, and then charging unaffordable tolls to use them. The Royal Palace, it's grounds and ancillary buildings covered a huge area. Luckily it is not in a major centre or the land would have been gobbled up for other uses long before ...
... narrow, cobbled streets. Many shops are clearly geared to the tourist market, selling various items for which Toledo is famous such as swords, and the intricate gold and black decorative metalwork. We succumbed and bought some of the local wine, marzipan delicacies and sheep's cheese, before taking the tourist train ride which took us on a route outside the city from a different angle, appreciating the various influences on its ...