Casona de Torres Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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... for me of the trip. I have added photos today of several people on the tour .... Not that interesting for you but great for me. I hope to add more each day as I get them. Ok are there several countdowns going on at work? Stacey....not long till full time 'Ranger Stacey' Have a great last few days!!!!!!!! Jon... Outback trip Carol... Cruise Andrew D.... New house Have I forgotten anyone? Probably. Bring me up to speed. This is Day 7 of the tour and we have packed so many ...
... like a suburb of Madrid, with a population of 84,000 some of the industry being moved this direction in an attempt to decentralize the capital. Guadalajara, Mexico is the second largest city in the country witha metropolitan population of over 4 million. So let the comparisons begin... I walk past the humble Guad-Spain stadium and recall my experience going to the 75,000 seat Estadio Jalisco in Guad-Mex. I'll never forget the moment I set foot into that awesome arena, from high ...
For our last day in the Madrid area we visited Guadalajara, the town from which the founders of Guadalajara, Mexico came from. I figured it was a small town, with not much going on, so we left it as a relaxed last day before heading towards Paris, France!
The town is pretty nice, but small. Surprisingly they do have a tourist office that provides maps and advice on what to see. We got ourselves some information and got started on the tour ...
Hiking, kayaking through rapids, beautiful scenery, drinking with our professor, more hiking, cliff-jumping, more beautiful scenery, listening to my professor howl into the wind, swimming in an ice-cold river, a party in a cave, and more hiking. Those events, not in that order, pretty much sum up my weekend. It was an absolute BLAST.
For my biology class, the Ecology of Spain, our class of 18 kids and our professor went on nature trip to Alto Tajo, a region about 2 ...
This is the longest day of the entire trip and the most kilometers completed, woke up at 8, cup of tea and then on my way, down to Bordeaux, through the Spanish border, down to Pamplona then towards Madrid, 12 hours riding, nearly dead. Stopped outside Madrid found some forest off the road somewhere and tryed to sleep, so so so cold, need a sleeping ...