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1459. Pleasant Town Center (Spa 097)
Mostoles, January 8, 2013, Day 182
2 hrs, 8.0 kms
it's already dusk as I reach Mostoles. I do finally find some cool modern art sculptures and sculptured gardens, but it's too dark to get any decent pictures... and one of the most disturbing graffitti paintings I've seen in a while of a guy pointing a gun with the ...
... this, at a time when Britain stood alone, unarmed and vulnerable. It's amazing to me that they got so much of it 'right'. Cometh the hour, cometh the man. Churchill alone steeled the national resolve to not only continue the fight, but also galvanize the prevaricating with the belief in ultimate Victory. 'The Gentlemen of the Cabinet resolve, in the event of a Nazi invasion, not to surrender, but to die, face down in the street, choking in our own blood' - and he meant it... It was ...
... to my reaching Tarifa the following year, I went to see a gypsy woman who I old my dream about a little girl playing with my sheep in the dream and then transporting me to the Egyptian Pyramids telling me my treasure was there.The gypsy woman then asked me to swear that I'd give her one-tenth of my treasure and I did and she told me to go to the pyramids that my treasure awaits me there. ...
... always oranges, and ice. On our first night here, Maria made sangria for us. We had it at a bar the night we watched the Copa del Rey soccer game, and last night my roommate Ashly and I had some at the oldest restaurant in the world, which will be its own blog entry. Sangria is awesome, and comes in lots of different styles. We have had it cold, lukewarm, carbonated, with oranges, with lemons, and always with food. It's ...
The next day I got a map from reception and headed out for my adventure. I marked out my path on the map and went on my way. I walked to the Catedral de La Almudena and then the Jardines Del Campo which is a park behind the cathedral. From there I went to the Parque de la Cornisa and the San Francisco El Grand which is another church. I then walked to the Glorieta Puerta de Toledo which is similar to the Arch De Triumph in France. ...