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... but I decided to give it a go anyway, and I wanted to have lunch. I walked for 10 minutes looking for a specific vegetarian restaurant, only to discover it was now a pharmacy… :-(
I went to the indoor market that I had seen along the way, only to discover that they were closing up for the day… :-(
Using the tourist map I had collected at the tourist info office, I went to have a look at some palace, only ...
... 8221; (Miracle in the Lopez house).
The town has some great dining options. We are particularly impressed by a small restaurant in the town market run by a Uruguayan family. Their motto was that you can’t get any fresher produce than being right in the middle of the produce market! One highlight is to imbibe at 100 Montaditos located right beside the theatre. Wednesday is special day with € 1 tankards of beer and tinto de ...
... 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 ...
... running thru tunnels carved thru the mountains - underground, at speed, for large sections of the journey. Arrived at Segovia Guiomar or Segovia AVE, the high speed train stop. Located 8 km from town. Segovia to Madrid commuters had parked their cars all over the place. Paid EUR1.03 each for the bus that took us right to the aqueduct that divides the town. Uncomfortable, noisy trip as we were in the last 2 dicky seats with the screaming diesel ...
... the signs on Fri evening that no food or picnics were allowed in the gardens, and no bike riding either.
Just around the corner from the campsite a small bridge crossed the R Tajo, into the gardens.
As you crossed the bridge there was a Castle Hotel with a big permanent marquee outside. We saw some smartly dressed people ...