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... it. So we checked out, put our bags in storage and headed to the metro to take us to the beach. We hadn't had to use the metro yet, we had walked everywhere. It seemed well designed and new but there were very few people using it. It was half the size of Barcelona to be fair.
We arrived at a stop that joined a metro with an above ground tram line. We took it a few stops to the beach. These beaches are ...
... the sacrifices to be publicly performed, and the persons to perform such sacrifices. Whatever a majority of the decurions present at such meeting decree or determine concerning the said matters, it shall be lawful and valid, and such sacrifices and such festal days shall be observed in the said colony.
65. Respecting any money paid into the common fund under the category of fines in connection with taxes belonging to the colony Genetiva Julia: ...
... people not backpackers wearing the same clothes all the time. Now its time to return to the UK for Christmas and to see our family and friends after almost 1 year on the road. Excited but also sad as its the end of our backpacking adventure. Madrid has been a great stop gap to help us ease back into England. Its going to be a bit of a shock to the system being there ...
... parade came stretcher bearing the mortal remans; bone; foreskin or some such, of a sanctified person. Frankly, I find the whole ossuary, holy relic, 'thing' of the Catholic Church a bit creepy. Europe is full of Cathedrals housing "The One True.." Finger bone; shoulder blade; scrotum; tonsils etc of Jesus, John, Mary or Elvis... And if it's not a body part, then it's a fragment of the Cross; thorn from Jesus' crown of thorns; Holy Grail etc. Somewhere, there's probably a ...
... But along the way ive taken photos of old buildings and possibly landmarks i hope you will enjoy.
And then finally we found our way to the Plaza Mayor. Borrowing from Wikipedia, it says
"The Plaza Mayor was built during Philip III's reign (1598–1621) and is a central plaza in the city of Madrid, Spain. It is located only a few Spanish blocks away from another famous plaza, the Puerta del Sol. ...