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... himself feel important and annoying everyone else. After we passed that jam we turned a few more corners with him again on the horn constantly to be confronted with a road block because of a protest. This certainly did help his bad temper. I felt we did a full circle - while he was darting in and out if traffic, talking on his phone and signalling in frustration at other drivers. His seat belt didn't go on until we were near police. Once we got onto the highway it ...
... with huge cypress trees and beautiful "Kodak" picture spots. There were greens in squares you saw through to the castle. There was a 300 year old magnolia tree and bougainvillea and roses and more water and fountains. Beautiful. This tour took more than two hours and was wonderful. Our guide was the best!
At 6:00 p.m. we got back on the bus to the hotel. We're on our own for dinner so we walked back to the area Peggy and I had gone to - but everything was ...
We all awoke at a reasonable time today and took advantage of the free breakfast (bread and cheese and jam and cereal, not necessarily combined). For some reason it took us all ages to get ready but before too long we (me, you, Orson and Michael) were on our way to the beach. We decided to set up camp on a little cove just around from the main beach, which was blocked off when the tide was high (or you had to walk through water with your belongings high above your head). We lay ...
After yesterdays walking tour, our guide had some suggestions for our last day in Madrid. We decided to follow her suggestions and recommendations and went to the San Miguel Market for a lovely Tapas lunch. It was incredible. There was so much variety it was very hard to chose which amazing nibbles to eat. We tired a large variety, there was only a few I probably wouldn't get again. For some reason I didn't ...
... not as prevalent in the sights of Madrid compared to the sights of Barcelona. There were many old historical buildings, large squares with impressive statues,fountains and lush well manicured parks. Completing the tour with no hop offs, we strolled through the Botanical Gardens near the Prado Museum. Museums are just not our "thing"! By late afternoon we were ready for a a break. One of the traditions in Spain is to have the main meal of the day between one and four PM and eat ...