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... It had a beautiful altar and sculpture designed to catch the dawning light, a solid gold monstrance for Corpus Christi day and it also houses 19 Greco works of art.
Onto Madrid and back to where it all began, 16 days earlier. We had farewell drinks before enjoying a special dinner with everyone.
It's been a great tour but a hectic one. We are looking forward to being on our own and doing our own thing in our own time.
... she bogs down...so I slow right down fast and give it some gas but not fast enough....put me leg down....and only feel air...and I got a long leg..frigggggggg......over I go.....BANG....fall hard...bike on top of me.
Folks its a first.....so the bike fell on me...and frig its heavy...killed the motor asap...but
my foot got trapped.....so I'm kinda laying there in a bit of a pickle...there is no one around and I am trapped....I at least fell on soft ...
... humorous watching everyone in their tiny little hatchbacks trying to navigate all these miniature streets, pedestrians basically mounting walls to get out of the way. Although given the traffic situation there is very little angst, especially in the summer time. I suppose like all of Spain, everyone just cruises at their own pace. I don’t think I saw anyone that looked remotely in a rush to get anywhere the whole time I was there. Lots of people just lounging in bars, ...
Visiting one of the spots of Don Quixote's (or Don Quijote) route in Toledo (Cambron Gate) made me think of all the fascinating stories one accumulates while traveling. I could be the "Doņa Quixota of la Mancha" with a little twist to the story: A solo traveler (no Sancho Panza), and her adventures throughout Europe. This story -where I hope don’t sound as insane as Don Quixote, is packed with fun, wonderful ...
... Then we walked to a place where they were escalators that took us up to the city. I don't know how regular cars get up to the city. I don't know if they have a car lift or if all the cars are made in Toledo. I don't know. But there are cars in Toledo, even though we had to take an escalator to get there. Anyway, Toledo is a very interesting city, filled with tons of religious history. Like Jerusalem, there are Muslim, Catholic, and Jewish ties to the city. We went to a ...