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On my way driving from Cuenca (east of Madrid) to Toledo (south of Madrid) I stopped in Aranjuez, which was quite a disappointing experience.
Unlike most other cities / villages, this one did not have clear signs directing you to a parking lot. I drove in circles for 20 minutes until I found a parking lot 1 km / a 15 minute walk outside the center.
What I had seen of the center during all those circles, was not ...
... sup>th. May, 1769 was attended by the king and all the royal family. Unfortunately the theatre eventually fell into disrepair and was closed in 1989. Funds were finally located for a complete restauration and the theatre reopened on the 15th. June 2014. The present king was not in attendance! One evening we enjoy a jazz performance by the Spirits Traditional New Orleans Jazz Band and later a comedy “Milagro el la Casa de ...
... Aranjuez is a
UNESCO World Heritage site one of several palaces of the Spanish royals, others
being the Royal Palace in Madrid and the country palaces at El Pardo and La
Granja de San Ildefonso north of the city. Interestingly, Spain has more places
designated as UNESCO World Heritage sites than any other country. I’m sure if
this means that Spain has more sites of such historical, natural, and cultural
... phones. Secured our return tickets and had a Spanish potato and onion pie and a fresh roll with crusty bread and an American coffee. The Avante was soon underway with us facing the wrong way, a challenge for one in the party, before she nodded off to sleep. A quick transition from city to countryside. From flat green fields to quite dry and stony land, rolling hills, rocky gorges and small orchards. Up into and thru the hills literally, with ...
... the females and Realmadrid (all one word)for the males. Everyone, even Grandma and the toddlers, had the corresponding kit. Then the music started - all the relevant chants and songs for each team!
we decided we would leave them all to it and go for a walk and see the Royal Palace and gardens. We had an early lunch because we ...