Foxa Tres Cantos
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... promised land. We will need to be on the Camino by 6 am to ensure our arrival before noon. Due to our condition, we are averaging 3 km
per hour. We are hoping that the hills will be less tomorrow and the Camino eases its relentless pace.
As for the food, it has been delicious every night. I know that I for sure have not lost any weight.
Please excuse any typing errors-sometimes the iPhone has a mind of its own.
We went on a 1/2 day tour to Toledo today (70 Kms south of Madrid). Toledo is a World Heritage site and was considered the historical and spiritual centre of Spain. Toledo was described as a city of three cultures - with Christians, Muslims and Jews living peacefully for centuries within the walls. We went on a walking tour through the Old Town and saw the impressive Gothic Cathedral, the old Jewish Quarter and the Church of St Tome where we saw the famous painting by El Greco called ...
... are people that are really floating using only thin poles as support. I put in money and whisked my hand under their feet to feel if anything there but there wasn't any. I still have no idea how they manage to pull it off.
The Plaza de Mayor has always been ...
Kian's Spain notes 7-14-13
It has been many days since I last wrote!
We came back from our road trip to Sepulveda/Segovia on Friday.
In Segovia both Olivia and I got our own wooden swords. I got my sword on the way to the castle in Segovia, where I saw real knights armor with cool swords and cannons.
On Saturday (yesterday), I went to a barbecue ...
... I needed to book my reservations for the trips I was taking within and from Spain - and at the very least my trip to Granada the next morning. Unfortunately this proved to be a very difficult proposition: it took ages to find someone who spoke English and I was ready to cry. Not because I think they should speak English (I´m the foreigner!) but because no information on the Eurail pass said it would be that difficult. Feeling relieved, ...