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... system here seems very scattered and confusing. Hopefully that will all get cleared up soon enough.
Things I have observed thus far about Alcalá:
-Streets appear to be made for pedestrians, who occasionally allow vehicles to maneuver through them
-The fruit here is SO fresh
-People don't care if a dog is brought into a supermarket
-The city is OLD and the history is really neat
-C's and Z's are not my friend while trying to understand what ...
Today being out last day in Madrid we decided to take our own walking tour. Good idea to start with but sore feet two hours in almost changed our minds.
we started off down the Plaza Mayor which was quite close to our hotel and touted as the bets plaza Niall of Spain. Cannot see it then again I am not Spanish.
Not knowing where we were going we managed to stumble into a ...
On Sunday the 31st we arrived at the Mexico City Airport at 6pm eager to get our 15 hour flight over with and arrive in Spain at last. Unfortunately, the plane was delayed because of an oil leak and left three hours behind schedule. When we got to Frankfurt to catch our connecting flight to Madrid the plane was long gone. So, we spent that night in the airport hotel and caught the next flight in ...
... side note, but as we were walking through the park Hagan said "Oh my God why is that Mickey so sad?" and we had no idea what he was talking about - but right ahead of us we saw a sad Mickey Mouse. I have named him Morbid Madrid Mickey - check out the picture it is so funny!
We left the park and had an amazing side walk cafe lunch with more great service and friendly people helping us fumble through our Spanish.
We were told by several people - when you are in Spain and ...
... exposed naked in the public square and a miraculous snowfall in mid-spring covered her nudity. Enraged Romans put her into a barrel with knives stuck into it and rolled it down a street. Her body is entombed in the cathedral's crypt. Construction began in 1298, but civil wars and plagues meant it wasn't finished until 1913.
We made our way from there to a street called The Rambles which has a market-type feel and a ...