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... towns, and if you can't parallel park, you better be willing to walk. Almost 100%25 of the parking in the older towns are parallel parking, which leaves only 1 line for driving, and this is the reason why most streets are one ways. It is easy to see by just looking at the car who the ones are that cannot park, their cars are scraped, dented and in some cases without the fender in the front or the back. On many occasions we saw cars parked so closely together that I did not ...
... We arrived in Toledo by train at 8:30am. Mom said "oh it's not too far of a walk" - so off we went with our oversized luggage and huge back packs down the cobble streets (hills). A half an hour later I was getting grouchy because I guess I hadn't picked the best outfit for the treck (jacket, boots, and shorts that were wayyy too short). I was hot and tired and I felt like my shoulder was going to fall off which was unfortunate because the views of ...
... in time for a cochinillo lunch. We arrived in time to catch the train had we pre-bought tickets but not in enough time for the ticket sellers to sell us one after waiting in the queue for another 10 minutes. So we had a mini pow wow and decided, forget Segovia, let's go to Toledo instead! So back on the metro and across town we headed from one train station to the other. After a brief lunch ...
... Thursday night, after my last exam, I leave for a trip to Galicia, the most north-western state of Spain. My Spanish mom tells me it is like a different world there, so I can't wait to see exactly what that means. The only downfall is unlike here in the middle of Spain, it is supposed to rain every day there!
After three posts in two days, I'm signing off for a while with the blog! check back in a little over a week for the story of Galicia!
... tapestries, flowers, banners, etc. We got some great pictures of ourselves underneath banners depicting the host and the chalice, and even a sculpture of the host and chalice…wow!
Then, we toured the Cathedral of Toledo, which is actually the most important Cathedral in Spain. It is on the site of a 7th-century church. Construction began in 1226, and was completed in 1493 (3 centuries to complete!). It is ...