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... our school and is absolutely beautiful. The trees are starting to change color, although some days its 85 degrees here and others it is 55! The rest of Thursday I worked on homework and went out to celebrate my friend Jacki's birthday.
On Friday I went exploring with two of my friends Alix and Espi, and we went to the Templo de Debod. This Egyptian temple was a gift to Spain from Egypt, and the pieces of the temple sent from Egypt were assembled in Spain. There ...
... stop (red) go (green) light system to ensure the traffic only flows one way at a time. In Plaza Mayor they are setting up a big stage and installed oversized metal posts and timber rails to corral people, it seems they have they have big festival on, from the picture I saw we can expects thousands of people to be jammed into Plaza Mayor tonight. Have returned to our room to start packing for an early departure, back to Madrid to drop the car off and catch a flight to ...
... The changing terrains were separated by mountains and we went through a series of tunnels most very short but one about 2.5 kilometres. Nothing like ones Kathy and I drove through in France so many years ago. To ensure Mum could get close to some windmills, she had seen plenty of wind farms but nothing up close, so I deliberately took the wrong right turn and gave us a 22 kilometre detour past at least 100 large windmills farming the ...
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Ciudad Encantada / Enchanted city
I drove to nature park Ciudad Encantada, about 45 minutes from Cuenca. It was just a small side note in my guidebook, not even one of this province's highlights. But ...
... village of Frias on route to our hotel which has a castle at the centre. It is located on a rocky outcrop that rises above the surrounding valley and looked particularly impressive due to the atmospheric clouds and surrounding mountains. Following a drink in Frias (another Zumo de piña for Joey) we went onwards to our home for the evening. When we arrived we realised again the difficulties of our ...