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Today was a bit more 'tranquilo' than the last few days. We got up fairly early to take a one-hour bus ride to a town called Cuéllar. Cuéllar is known for its medieval castle and its mudéjar church. Mudéjar is a type of architecture created by the Muslims who remained in Spain after the Christian Reconquista, so it is not only Islamic in style, but is also heavily influenced by Christian and ...
... Book first! There we had a couple of drinks and enjoyed the sunshine then went back to the hotel for a nap. Not a great first impression of the city.
Lonely Planet describes Valladolid as: "a city on the upswing and a convenient gateway to northern Spain. An attractive place with a very Spanish character, the city’s appeal is in its sprinkling of monuments, the fine Plaza Mayor and some excellent museums. By ...
Took us over an hour and three attempts to get out of Bilbao and on the non toll highway to Vallodolid. This happened as a result of taking the wrong exit, returning to a different part of the city and the GPS relying to send us up a road that was under reconstruction. We returned back to the city where the man in the toll booth required €0.49. We decided to get on the toll freeway to get out of the city and through ...
... this city was the capital of Spain.
However, due to strategic and geopolitical reasons, by the 1560s the capital was moved to Madrid and funds for architectural projects were largely cut.
Today it contains a rich musical archive housing 6000 works, a 16th century altarpiece by Juan de Juni(a wonderful artist) and a marvelous place where sitting down to sunbabathe for all afternoon..."
... 8217;s day, so her school held festivities the whole week. Her school invited all families in for chocolate and churros, and since I’m considered family, I was invited to attend! The kids also put on a rhythmic dance show for the parents. Carmen showed me the hallways and courtyards inside the school. It was built over 150 years ago, and Nerea’s father went to elementary school here.