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Travel Blogs from Tembleque
... be very little
traffic on the roads. Yes, but Atocha Station, one of the two major train stations
in Madrid and the one from which most departures southwards take place, was
absolute chaos on Saturday morning as huge numbers of Madrilenos were leaving
the city for Holy Week. Since the Al Qaeda terrorist attacks on the regional
commuter trains entering Atocha Station in 2004 which killed several hundred
people, there now is almost airport like security and ...
... our trusty companion to get us from place to place today. We haven't been in a place where one of us has had cell service since Indonesia and the benefits of being able to route yourself or look up a restaurant review are tremendous. One thing that is vastly different here than in many Asian countries we've visited is the lack of English. In Indonesia, China and Turkey we found that so many people attempted to speak if not ...
... in the Netherlands before this weekend excursion- and two of them were riding Clydesdale's) there are a ton of cops in Spain. It seriously seemed like there were two cops on every street corner armed with M-4s. When I asked why there were so many cops, I was told that they keep the peace. Kinda seems like a false sense of peace to me...
The metro was as efficient as ever - and as cheap! Got there with time to spare so I ...
... top floor, which was the ancient armour and weapons, and then worked my way down. I was most interested in the modern weapons and displays, but learned to my disappointment that section is closed as they’re preparing a “temporary exhibit”. If I’d known that I wouldn’t have bothered visiting the museum at all.
I still had a fair amount of time before the group gets together tonight, so ...
... an interesting flavour combination. We had a nap back at the room and headed back to Plaza de Zuccover to pick up some marzipan souvenirs. In a store on the way back I picked up a small bottle of wine and some olive oil. As the tavern didn’t open until 8 we waited in a nearby plaza watching the passers by. Many of them were on a self-guided tour of the courtyards of Toledo.
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