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Travel Blogs from Gallegos
... set for the off. The weather was good, there was no sign of the organisers so we did the only thing possible in motor sport circles given the circumstances and went to sit in the beer garden. Mid afternoon the organisation turned up to be greeted by most of the competitors who were already in situ patiently waiting for their cars to be checked over a beer or two. They hastily setup camp and the pre rally procedures duly started. Within a couple of hours everyone had ...
... to bring with me to the pool. They are like my second host family. Meeting all of these loving and kind people (called majos o soletes here) makes me want to come back at least once a year for the rest of my life. I'm including some pictures of La Cruz Blanca too, which is where I have people volunteering. It is a loving facility where people with all sorts of disabilities live and stay. That's all for now, I'm sure I'll have lots more random ponderings later :). XOXO ...
... A more realistic story is that the city was founded by Romans. The remains of this fact are still widely seen in the old town - especially in a form of a fantastic, still functioning aqueduct.
Other than that the city is full of spectacular medieval buildings, churches and a castle (Alcazar). One of the more interesting sites is an iglesia Vera Cruz - Church of True Cross. The church was built in XII century ...
Guest Post by Keith
After arriving in Madrid on Saturday and enjoying catching up with Meghan and Anoop (and as Anoop said before I left, "Meet you in Madrid! How often do you get to say that?"), we were by now in the area just outside Madrid.
Our first stop of the day was Santa Cruz del Valle de Los Caidos – or the Valley of the Fallen. Tucked into the mountains, this part-basilica, part-grave, part-national monument ...
Arriving in Segovia is an event in itself.
First you see the cathedral hovering alone above the horizon. Then it's gone.
Now you drop down into a valley and begin skirting around the perimeter of a castle which looks like it belongs in a fairytale story. Then that's gone too and soon you're heading to the other side of the city to be confronted by probably the highest and best-preserved aquaduct in the world - nearly two ...
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