Campanile Madrid-Las Rozas
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... talking ( going on 3 hours) to her boyfriend since we left Seville. I have to find my happy place before I start an international incident! We should be arriving in Granada shortly, where we'll stay overnight and head out tomorrow morning to Tarifa on a 6:45 am train. In Tarifa we're hoping to spend the day on a much needed beach somewhere. Tarifa is where we'll take a 30 ferry ride to Tangier in Northern Africa to continue our journey in ...
... were aimed at the more affluent buyer. The sight of hundreds of towering buildings with only a smattering of people wandering around create a feeling of desolation and it would be an ideal location for George Romero’s next zombie picture. The land is also incredibly flat and at its highest only a few feet above sea level so when global warming starts to kick in, those properties are going to become even less popular.
The shrine of San Pascual is a cave located at the top of ...
... Compton.Things Madrilenos Do That I Don't Understand
- They don't smile at strangers. Ever. I know this seems to contradict the whole "friendliness" thing, but apparently in Spain, unlike in the US, if you walk around smiling at everyone, you're not polite - people think you're either retarded (no, seriously) or want something from them, which makes them uncomfortable. They apparently don't yawn either.. somehow in Madrid they've learned how to stop ...
... hotel which is when we got lost for about an hour. Jenevea was screaming at Pat in her Chicago accent the whole time, while Pat, Todd, and myself were laughing so hard at her...I almost peed myself!Thanks to some awesome locals we finally found our hotel and so didthe Chicagoians. When we got back to the hotel we drunkenly listened to our tour guide tell us we had to be ready for pick up the next day at 5:45am, if Todd wanted to run and I wanted to make it to my balcony seat....are ...
... a month . Lui Fung, who we tramped with in Peru did this hike a few years back. Katie took us to our hotel no bother, but on the back of a bike the cobble stone streets are not much fun , even when the bike is on soft mode . The cathedral of Santiago de Compostela is well worth the trip , and I guess for the pilgrims and end . The cathedral is the third most visited Christian sites . I did watch the movie the way ...
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