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... she showed off – Madrid, Segovia, Toledo, Avila, Semana Santa in
Seville, and Cuenca among others. I’ve visited all the places around Madrid in
Kathy’s slideshow on previous trips but have long wanted to see Cuenca for its
famous hanging houses.
One of the reasons I didn’t make it to Cuenca is that it
used to be a little far to do as a day trip by train from Madrid. That’s
changed with Spain’s ...
... made it even more fun. We explored this area for probably an hour climbing into every nook and cranny we could find and taking lots of cool pictures
After we done climbing and fooling around we had some tapas with our teacher. After this we caught a bus back to the train station and waited for the train to Valencia. Cuenca was a very short trip-only a few hours, but the places we saw were amazing and the nature was awesome!
... and carry it over your arm as hand luggage. Works like a dream and allow for lost of shopping to go into your suitcase. Tonight we are sleeping at the parador in Cuenca. What a sight when we turned towards the old town looking up towards the cliffs. Many houses were build right up to the cliff face, and some were hanging over the cliffs. As always our parador was in the perfect location, and with a superior room tonight, our bedroom window opened up onto ...
... While Matt and I had maybe too much fun, I couldn't travel like that for much longer. I have definitely hit my stride and feel like I could travel like this forever. I think it's important to know what makes you happy, and I am very aware that good food, good people, being outside, and getting exercise do that for me. I think that if I could do this entire summer over again a million times, I would probably do it the exact ...
... own while Maryln and I sauntered around admiring the old town and cathedral and then settled down to a light lunch. We sampled the juicy local trout and watched the families come out of church and form huge animated groups around sidewalk tables for a long meal together.
Back in Madrid, Maryln and I walked through the Plaza Museo on to the Oriental Plaza near the Palace. We ordered the Menu del Carte (Plate of the Day). In Spain this usually ...