Casas Rurales El Balcon De La Mancha
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... we call her family photo. Maria has a boyfriend named Hector who is also very nice and is a real thinker, he reminds me of a philosopher. He is also a teacher, however not of English, at another school in another town. Hector had a birthday last week where we ate a very good stew and a cake that was very different. The cake part was round and crunchy like a cookie and then it had chocolate on it. It was delicious. One thing I would take back ...
... meat and pototoes stew. Since we did not have tickets we walked over to the local pub and had a great tapas lunch. Chorizo and peppers on small bocadilla (buns), choriza, tortillas - which is more like a quiche with eggs, onions and potatoes. Johan was still in the mood for jamon iberico and we walked over the the butcher shop. Here Johan found another friend, I think the only person in Spain that can speak English, and she told us that the ...
... it looked, but being me, I started getting flustered in all of the roundabouts. I decided to just pull the trigger and park at the next lot that I passed which was therefore literally the farthest possible point one could park from my hostal.
Thirty uphill minutes later, bag strapped to my back in 40 degree weather and having not eaten since an 8 am breakfast I found my hostal. I booked a hostal here because it was the only thing available in ...
... have been considered demigods in the minds of our tour guides and explain why. Then pick two Spanish Hapsburg's that the tour guides refused to discuss and explain why you think these individuals were avoided like the plague.
2. Toledo has a checkered past, for sure! To the Spanish, Toledo is like Philadelphia is for us - one of the first capitals and something to be very proud of. (It's just a few hundred years older than ...
... br> count them and that kept him busy for hours. There are no Jews living
in the city where thousands of Jews lived for 500 years including many
of the Rishonim (Abravenel) and others. One can see that the Jews were
very successful there years ago. Shlomo pointed out where various Jewish
structures and administrative buildings used to be as well as many sad
stories and the central square where Jews were ...
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