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We rode the bullet train today.. spent 5 hours on this train and at one point got to a speed of 240 km per hour.. now you gotta remember for one month sister and I moved at 4 km per hour! Was almost surreal... spent a lot of today thinking about the camino... thought alot about my sister Laurelle who read every word we posted but in turn wrote back …
... Originally a wooden palace built by Phillip II, it was destroyed by fire and reconstructed by Phillip V in the 1700's in the style of Versailles. Phillip V had grown up in Versailles and had French tastes, while his son Charles III continued the palace's design in Italianate style where he grew up. The result is a huge (2,800 rooms) palace, lavishly decorated with frescos by Tiepolo, priceless porcelain, massive chandeliers and tons of bronze covered in gold leaf. It's an ...
... by the principal dancer somehow managing to project a stattaco beat with her feet while twirling and whirling and evoking a display of unbridled passion. It was simply awesome.
We returned on foot via Sol where hundreds or even thousands of people were engaged in lustful enjoyment of the warm Madrid evening. The lust on display is simply a reflection on the explicit joyfulness of living as well as an expression of the myriad of colours of life in this absolutely amazing ...
... surprisingly still open at 8pm, I wanted to check them out to see what clothes shopping in Spain was like. We ended up spending about 2 hours going from shop to shop, where I found a shirt with Mount Rushmore on it (what?!) and a nice pair of jeans for €6.00 which was supurb because I didn't pack that many clothes for the trip and wasn't able to do laundry. We ate dinner super early by Spanish standards (around 6pm) and got hungry so we found a ...
... remember from the movie I had to watch)! A few people from our group are actually doing a part of the Camino for their pilgrimage, starting at a certain point and walking for five days to get to the end. It is unbelievable, and it was so cool to be able to get a taste of what that would be like. Little yellow arrows mark the way to the finish line, which is, ultimately, God. A few days later we traveled to the historic and beautiful city of Toledo, which also ...