Foxa Tres Cantos
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Caught the fast (270kph) train from Cordoba to Madrid - love the trains, so spacious and smooth. Sol was at the apartment to greet us. This is a tiny apartment but clean and a modern refurbishment. It is situated in the oldest part of the city and easy walking to major sights. We stocked up on breakfast ingredients, wine and beer and settled back to do some reading on what to do in Madrid. Friday dawned cold and grey but we set out on ...
... boarding the plane, swimming in the San Sebastian Ocean, flying the Australia flag high and proud and reflecting on many aspects of my life, Looking back, it makes me realize how fast time flies. I can’t begin to describe the experiences I was exposed to but with JMJ 2013 Brazil currently underway what better way to commemorate than to share some of the amazing experiences and locations I ...
After a great nights sleep in our place and a gathering together, we headed off on our Madrid day. Missed talking to Elen on Viber, boohoo, missing her, tomorrow then. The major mission for today was the Reina Sophia Gallery (twentieth century Spanish art). We approached it from the modern side, which was a structure of monumental architecture and really stunning. The glass sided elevators and exposed stairs pressed my vertiginous buttons, ...
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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 ...
... me a lot of Cafe du Monde in New Orleans, which is world famous for its Beignets. Both places are open 24/7. San Gines is located in Sol, close to lots of Discotecas and Bars. Our teacher informed us that it gets crazy on weekend nights after people leave the discotecas. I can see why, it was delicious! After a nice, chocolately breakfast, we headed to el Rastro. El Rastro is Spain's largest, most famous open air market/flea market. This, of course, was right up my alley! ...