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... ground was gray haze. “Looks like it,” he said. As we began to climb, I said, “Some of the drops on the window look more like snow than rain,” and shortly after we noticed snow accumulating on the side of the road. The mountains, now that we could see them, were engulfed in snow, and soon, so were we. We opted to take the tunnel and toll road rather than wind through the mountains, which, given the amount of snow falling, I ...
... ham and cheese with tomato and olive oil, along with some sweet Spanish cookies.
Before we left, we checked out the Roman Aqueducts. These 25,000+ granite blocks reached a height of 29 meters high (about 95 feet)!
I'm pretty sure everyone in our group slept on the way back to Madrid. It was a beautiful city, but a very exhausting trip. I was telling my host mother about the trip when ...
... up the street we could see an aqueduct towering over the buildings so there wasn't any confusion as which direction was correct. On our way there, the streets were filled with people on this very busy Friday morning. The roads were lined with cafes which all contained outdoor seating, and little stores stuck in between the cafes. Right in the middle of the road were all of these permanent carts that had people selling handmade items. These were ...
... Santa Marķa del Parral and the Iglesia de la Vera Cruz. The colours are stunning, ochre with hints of blue on the snow capped mountains.
Fortified by the Romans, the site takes its name from the Arabic al-qasr (fortress). It was rebuilt and enlarged in the 13th and 14th centuries, but burnt down in 1862. The reconstructed alcazar seems something of a pastiche and is rather excessive, however the interiors are restrained allowing the gems - such as the decorated ceilings, ...
... here. It was hilarious seeing one woman lift her pooch from the footpath to her arms in one quick movement only using the lead. It looked like the dog was a yoyo.
We decided on another route but the women caught up with us from the other direction. There must have been a couple of thousand of them and the buzz continued for the rest of the morning.
We visited the Alcazar this morning. So far it seems wherever we go there is an alcazar ...