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... br> All that history and it was also a lovely old building with gorgeous gardens that offered lovely cool sitting areas. It also offered a newly married couple the ideal setting for a photo shoot which drew a lot of attention and Ev enjoyed getting some good photos of her own.
I joined Mark, Ev and Maddi to the top of the first tower (which given the curve of the steps was a good effort) and let them proceed to the top turret. Ev assures me if ...
Toledo and Cordoba We left Madrid this morning and headed for Toledo. I think some of our students had their first sense of the charms of Spain upon seeing the city view of Toledo. We toured the city and entered the central cathedral, which is seven hundred years old. After Toledo we were off to see windmills of the Don Quixote variety. There was ...
... show. The show was called Flamenco. Flamenco is a traditional Spanish style of music and dancing. We started our dinner and around twenty minutes later the Flamenco show started. We were watching people play on the Spanish guitar and singing which two dancers danced to the Flamenco. It was so funny, I could not help myself from laughing the man was slapping himself and made very serious facial expressions. When ...
... Quichote because we were greeted by a variety of statues and momentos of him and his side-kick Sancho Panza. I could not resist buying a tile featuring the two heroes.
We cruised through La Mancha's vineyards, olive groves and acres of sunflowers. As we neared Consuegra, we could see atop the hill, the white windmills and castle that inspired Cervantes in the sixteen hundreds to write the famous scene in his book Don Quichote. Some of these twelve windmills have been ...
... grapes. Actually, olive oil labeled as "Italian" generally comes from Spain and is labeled Italian because it is easier to market. So the next time you think you're buying "Italian" olive oil, it probably came from Spain. Italy doesn't have many olive farms, but they do grow grapes for wine.
Wine in Spain is cheap and delicious! You can get a bottle of wine for 1€ to mix when cooking or drink as a tinto de verano (wine with lemon soda or ...