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... there you can also get a picture of how productive this part of Spain is with farmland stretching out as far as the eye can see.
I head down through the empty, canopy covered shopping streets, down to the lower part of town… and figure I’ve discovered enough.
0694. The Most Boring City in Spain (Sp 023*, 10B-046) Los Palacios, August 3, 2010 Day 336: 6 hours, 7.2 kms
My next town is Los Palacios, a city that was my home for ...
Today we wandered the hills of Andalucia, through the towns of Sentinel de las Bodegas, Zahara, and Grazamel.
Sentinel de las Bodegas is unique in that some of the houses are built in to the mountainside; the houses use the natural formation of caves in the rock. Over thousands of years, ancient rivers have eaten away at the rock, forming these caves. Walking the steep streets is somewhat like being in a complex maze, as are most ...
John, or host at the Arriadh recommended El Muelle for dinner. This restaurant is situated in the town of Arriate - a refurbished commercial warehouse that sits beside the railway station, and at one time was used by the railroad. Frank, our host at El Muelle, was extremely helpful in explaining the dishes (he was from Holland also). Their specialty is the local black pig that roams the area hillsides and eats mostly acorns -- ...
... in 1993. Apparently, there is a 'non violent' bullfight you can see in Barcelona where the bull isn't harmed. Not sure how that works? Is it trained to lay down and die? Saw the stables and the arena which is very beautiful , though the seats are just hard benches, even the ones in the shade which go for 175 euro. You can sit in the sun for 20,haha. Costumes in the museum and tales and pictures of famous matadores were very interesting. Costumes are exactly the same today as in the ...
... people around and enough of a town that it has a park they can walk to. It must e a nice place to grow up. I'm not sure if it would be a nice place to stay - there's probably limited job opportunities, but it would be a nice place to grow up. Well, plus if you were different I suppose it could be hell, but if your family was from there and you were straight and stuff I'm sure it would be a great place to grow up.
In the evening we went to a restaurant in the ...