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... Moorish Spain under the Muslims and the
Christian Reconquista on through artifacts from the era of the Catholic
Monarchs. Overall, the museum presents Iberia’s early history in a level of
detail I don’t think I’ve seen anywhere else. There are also a few galleries on
more recent Spanish history, coins and money, and Greek, Egyptian, and Nubian
archaeology, but they fell quite secondary to the presentation of the historical
development of Spain.
... would come to visit him and this amazing city. Each floor had an immaculate lobby area and you could tell that no expense was spared when building this place. Pretty amazing to think about the fact that this was built during the height of the depression in the United States.
On our tour of the city we visited the Spanish Pavilion, built to show off the history and importance of Spain when it hosted the Spanish-American Exhibition in 1930. From the ...
... and we are legitimately swimming in tapas and chicken wings!
After it hits about 12 I hit the wall that is made from litres of beer and
kilos worth of food and we (well I do) waddle back to the hostel and prepare
ourselves for our early start and week long adventure on our Iberian Adventure.
Tune in for the next installment of Ash and Briony’s super amazing magnanimous
gloriful European Adventures!
... named Howell who had been travelling for 8 months and he took us up to another lookout spot, this time on the mountain where we shared a couple bottles of wine and chatted for a few hours (how romantic). On our last day in Florence, which happened to be Easter, Zach and I decided to go on a wine tour (seeing that we were in Tuscony) which was probably the coolest thing we have done yet. It ended up being us and then a bunch of older ...
Walked down to the "Jardines del Campo del Moro" which are down behind the Royal Palace. You have to walk along a quite busy road right down to the bottom end to find the one and only gate but it is certainly worth the walk. Once inside it is like you are in a forest in the middle of no where. The traffic noise is gone and all you can hear are the birds. As you move ...