Eco Alcala Suites
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... to that fold the following year. When the conquering Alfonso VI entered the city through the Mab-al-Mardum Gate, his path took him near the Mezquita [mosque] Bab-al-Mardum, the only mosque to survive the centuries. His horse suddenly knelt down. Alfonso VI entered the mosque. A shaft of light guided him to a Christ figure hidden for centuries. Today the building is known as the Church of the Cross.
Toledo is a living town. There is a good deal of traffic, ...
... jersey. By this time we were getting hungry and it was around 6 pm. We walked up into the plaza to find somewhere to eat although we knew our bill was going to be expensive because of our current location. I had a pińa colada and Jackie had a mojito and we also got a medium sized pizza. Twenty-six euro! When we were finished eating we asked our waiter how to get to the road Santiago Bernabéu was on and he drew us a little map. So we went to the bathroom to put our jerseys on and ...
... through a park, getting on the metro to a find it, and ending up a little further then planned. No worries. We were all starving so we picked a random place to eat which wasn't bad. The only weird part was that our server didn't speak English at all so there was a lot of pointing to things and shaking our heads yes and no. One thing we never figured out was why he didn't bring us our check when we were finished eating. I guess in America you ...
... the airport at 8:40pm but weren't meeting everyone else until 9:30 so we each had a McFlurry. We were the first people there, but Ash wasn't far behind. Shortly after we spotted Sasha who's flight from Sydney had landed four hours earlier. Hooi, the Student Exchange representative couldn't find us and was so flustered and honestly had no idea what to do so it was mum who was pretty much directing everyone. We checked in with the worlds grumpiest guy who wouldn't let me put things in ...
... what I didn´t mention before is our campsite was in another Comunidad Autónoma (Spanish equivalent to US States) from where Pamplona was neither of which I have visited before this trip. The campsite was in what Americans refer to as Basque Country which is very underrated because it happens to be the most beautiful autonomous community I have visited since being in Spain. ...