Ciudad de Parla
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... the royal palace, to enjoy it’s beauty one more time. I am starting to feel pretty tired now, so I do pause in a classy little park to sit down and close my eyes for a few minutes… I continue on past the palace, reminiscing on my first exploration of Madrid. Now I just wish the sun would come up quicker so I could take some decent photos, but thanks to daylight savings time, that’s not going to happen for a while. I continue on downhill to see ...
... streets fronted by white washed housed, a
town castle that was not open on the Friday of my visit, and a big renaissance
style church that was built after El Greco’s day.
My only significant castle stop of the multitude in the area
I listed from the Castilla-La Mancha website was a ruined hilltop castle
outside a small town named Almonacid de Toledo. It was another one of those
perfect hilltop castle ruins this part of Spain excels in. After ...
... a front seat on the top which was great - good view of everything and even a good spot for taking pictures when we were stopped. From the top of the bus you get a totally different view - when walking you don't see above you - the architecture, the decorations and statues etc are amazing. This tour went outside the city centre into a residential area - a very affluent area but it was nice to see a residential area. The complete route took a little longer than an hour ...
... in her sciatica and was in a lot of pain. So we all turned in early - up @ 6:15 a.m., suitcases out by 6:45 a.m., breakfast @ 7:00 a.m. and on the bus @ 7:45 a.m. - on to Granada!
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Wakeup call @ 7:15 a.m. - suitcases out @ 7:45 a.m. Went to breakfast - even had champagne this time! Then, 7:45 a.m. on the buss and heading to Granada. We stopped once for coffee & bathrooms and we ran because a bunch of other buses ...
... during the war'... And yet when my sister had her son, child number 4, and named him 'Sam', my father was evidently reduced to tears. Strange man. Enormously sentimental about 'family', but preferably those long dead. Over the years, I was able to research via the Auckland War Memorial library, the circumstances surrounding his death. I'm still deficient in detailed information and will probably have to write to the Official Records keeping folks in NZ or the UK to get the ...