AC Hotel Guadalajara by Marriott
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1461. Which is better: the Original or the Copy? (Spa 099) Guadalajara, January 9, 2013, Day 183 7 hrs, 11.0 kms I decide to take a break from my Superhike and catch the commuter train to a city with a special name: Guadalajara. And why is it special? well, I spent four years of my childhood in the Mexican Guadalajara, and I have a lot of memories of that city... I'd like to see how the Spanish Guadalajara compares. So I'm off across the dreary landscape ...
... Real was built in the 1700's at the behest of then King Felipe V with the intent to dwarf all it's European counterparts. Although I can't offer any basis of comparison of this, the scale of this Palace is simply unbelieveable. We took advantage of an optional audio guided tour and wandered through the various rooms open to the public. It is both amazing but like the Cathedral, is also quite obscene at the same time.
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... Spanish soccer culture that are the most important, and these are: Club Colors, Nicknames, and Anthems.
Club Colors started out thanks to the press writing code, because whenever news about a team were going to be reported in the press, the press referred to the teams as ‘rojiblancos’ (red and white) or ‘azulgrana’ (blue and red). This eventually led to the fans being completely committed to their club colors, and therefore made the ...
... it's just disguised by the fact that they're full size meals. Dinner tonight - prawns, 'elephant feet' as Marie said (some seafood with no face or eyes), then bread, lettuce salad, Spanish omelette, lamb then steak, Having overstuffed my tummy I was asked 'so, what's for dessert?' !!!!
Monica suggested a Miss Universe competition: me 'representing' Australia, ...
... river. It would have been very hard to take and easy to defend. It had very high walls as well. The old city was spectacular and very old. Very narrow streets. It was a Muslim town and has a lot of Morse influence s. It is the residence of the bishop. Did some shopping here and lunch. Headed back to Madrid for a free rest of ...