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... off the mark, I flipped around and headed back towards my hotel. Once I saw the hotel, I spotted a grocery store kitty corner to my place. In sum, it took me about 45 minutes to walk across the street and buy yogurt. So far, a great start to my travels.
... founded and in operation since 1827. The Casa Alberto is a place where Spanish writers, bullfighters, actors, and actresses have gathered for many years. It occupies land where a building once stood that housed Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, the author of Don Quixote. Our tapas dinner of traditional Madrilenian food included Iberian ham croquetas, lightly-battered Andalusian-style squid, and a squash spaghetti, followed by flan and raspberry sorbet for dessert.
... many huge, mature trees and perfect, grassy spots for an evening picnic. It has a nice sized lake that has row boats for rent, that's another item on Oliver's birthday list of activities. We visited the lake, but have not yet rented a boat. We have found a couple play areas for the kids. It is a great way for us to rest and meet some natives and for the kids to meet other children their age and play and converse. Amelie had been the most outgoing of all ...
Hola soy Barbara, Today was a long exciting day of exploration of two famous cities in Spain, Avila and Segovia. We began with a bus at 8:30 in the morning to drive from Madrid to Avila. Our first sight of the city was the tall walls surrounding the city. They were built for protection from invaders and have nine gates into the city. We visited the Gothic Cathedral of Avila and the Convent of Saint Teresa where we viewed relic of the saint in the museum. ...
Since I'm writing this blog a bit retroactively (currently writing this on the 29th, finally catching up / in Florence), I'll try to sum up the few days I had in Madrid with my mom. First of all, as I may not have explained yet, this first leg of my trip will consist of me travelling with my mom for 3 weeks around a few cities in Spain, Italy, and Portugal. This is a bit of a first for us since we haven't traveled together since I was a child. So we ...