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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 ...
... top, gazing out into this massive sea of people--nor the euphoria you feel as they start the wave--a Mexican invention... Guad-Mex definitely wins this one. I continue up a quiet, leafy boulevard, towards the center of the city, past a not so impressive plaza... here I remember the vast pedestrian mall area in downtown Guad-Mex, with amazing monuments all around... Yep, it looks like Guadalajara the Copy definitely beats Guadalajara the Original. I wonder if the founder of ...
We began with the Palacio del Infantado, which houses a nice little museum, has a fancy facade, and a very nice courtyard. Next we went further into town to see some old palaces that now function as museums or publics schools, the crypt built by a wealthy family to bury their bodies, and a few other buildings.
By 2pm we were done with the town, so we headed for some food. Up until now we had such a hard time finding ...
... of Madrid. After a week of midterms and other stress (yes, we do have some stress while studying abroad) it was the perfect trip. We really got in touch with nature, and after hopping from city to city every weekend, and living in a large city, it felt so great to be totally immersed in the environment. No, I'm not about to go hug trees, but it was nice to remember that big buildings aren’t nearly as beautiful as a green-blue river snaking through the mountains, lined by ...
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 ...
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