Foxa M-30 Suites & Resort
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... solve the spanish debt crisis. The cathedral was built between the 12th and 14th centuries and is massive with intricate reliefs decorating the inside. And of course there is another glorious palace (agp) which is now the main square of Avila. It is not easy to get a coffee as almost nothing opens here in Spain until 11am+. There is a small fresh food market through which we stroll before departing back to the bus. Wind farms roll by on the horizon by the 100's. ...
... of gratitude for the help
provided by Spain in saving the temples of Abu Simbel, the Egyptian state donated the
temple of Debod to Spain in 1968.
temple was rebuilt in one of Madrid's parks, the Parque del Oeste, near the Royal Palace of
Madrid, and opened to the public in 1972. The reassembled gateways appear to have
... cost us €3.50 each to get in...unfortunately we didn't see a whole lot though, they did have one small section showing a massive pile of bones...but that was it. As part of the ticket you also enter the main church which is basically all gold leave carvings all over the wall inside. We aren't allowed to take any photos but gaza was very stealth and had his GoPro on, taking sneaky shots - cos it doesn't make a sound haha!! The ...
... might disappear. Like a mirage.
My final stop in Andalusia was Córdoba. And just as well, because the heat was starting to get to me. The temperature had pushed up into the 40s while I was in Sevilla, and it was sucking the life out of me. I know, I know, I said I could take the heat. But I didn't reckon on trudging around in a furnace! And frankly, I was starting to wear out. I’d been on the hop for five weeks by this time and was just ...
Today was an early day for the last bit of travel in our hop around Europe. Our flight was delayed by about a half an hour, but that didn't matter...we were ready to leave Rome. We eventually liked Rome, but it definitely didn't capture us like some of the other places we've been. We were settled in at our apartment by mid-afternoon, but hadn't had lunch yet so we were starving. As we walked to our tour of Bernabeu Stadium, we discussed how hungry we were, so ...