Aparto Suites Muralto
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Madrid! What a wonderful place to be, kind of reminds me of my own little New York City, but in Spanish. The city of Madrid resembles nothing of the "old city" like Lisbon. There is no cobblestone here, and there is concrete sidewalks, no hills, and plenty of shopping to go around. El Corte Ingles seems to be the one stop shop for your everyday …
... are the Roman aquaduct, the Cathedral and the Alcazar. we also walked to the old Jewish cemetery outside of the walls. archeologists had excavated a crypt. there may have been more to it, but the weather turned and we headed for the bus station.
one other note: coming to Spain, I wanted to freely try the food. Spain is big into their food. the issue was that pig-products are a staple. this ...
... as they were about to close the gates. But we got in and took some nice snaps of the castle which was nicely lit up. It was quite a long walk all the way back to the hotel, we walked along the city walls back to the aquaduct, and from there it is all up-hill. Back at the hotel we retired for the night. Tomorrow we will explore the town a bit more, before we make our way to another beautiful ...
... Theresa's birthplace was the most religious place I have ever been. And inside the walls of Ávila, there was an extremely religious sentiment as well. Of course, I must add that I have not yet had the opportunity to travel to the Vatican or any other place of that caliber. Still, what a difference!
Once we arrived in Segovia, we headed straight to the Roman Aqueduct. I love walking to the aqueduct on the narrow, uphill, curving streets of Segovia; You look side to ...