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... discovering the world. Or maybe I was just so focused on my goals that it didn’t occur to me to go out and smell the flowers. Whatever it was—I’m clearly a very different person now. Now I know that going out and discovering the beauty and uniqueness of every city and town is one of the greatest experiences one can have on this planet. So today, I’m going to finally really experience Madrid I hop on the subway wondering what all has ...
... time to wander the streets of Sintra which was a quaint little town built into the hillside just opposite the palace. It was easy to see how this could have once been home to merchants and shop keepers working to please the royal family. Now those same merchants and shop keepers simply have a new clientele…those of us on giant tour busses.
Our next stop was the coastal town of Cascais (pronounced like Cash-Caish). Always known for its beauty, this ...
Went shopping in the old city centre and had a nice coffee at a cafe overlooking the Gran Via (their main drag - bit like Piccadilly Circus or Times Square) from the top floor, spectacular view of the city. Came back to our favourite Plaza de Santa Ana for a nice tapas lunch at a different tapas bar/ restaurant. At this plaza there are no crowds, Christmas markets or tourists ...
... stay) who showed us around the city. They gave us an hour to wander around the Plaza Mayor & told us about the best bar to go to: the Montaditos. BEERS FOR 1 EURO! My first LEGAL Spanish beer was very satisfying :) After that we walked around for about 2 more hours & saw many beautiful buildings in the city & the Florida Park. We go back for visit numero dos on Wednesday!
& MY BIRTHDAY IS TOMORROW! Yay!! :)
... between the visible and the invisible using ordinary objects such as string and grass and "hiding" two golden rings that the viewer is enticed to find. Invisible because the columns supporting vast building of glass and steel are woven with ordinary string. On first entering the area you think it is empty as you don't see the obvious thousands of metres of string. Even with several circuits around I could not locate the rings. They were there ...