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... the Civil War. Most are not really unknowns, and the families of
many who fought on the Republican side have sought to have their remains
removed from a monument they view as celebrating the Nationalist victory and
not representing the reconciliation it purports. Meanwhile, in recent years
leftist parties in Spain have started a clamor to remove the tombs and
repurpose the Basilica.
At this point I should describe the Valle de Los ...
... finally ascends at the other end especially in a location not previously visited. The entrances invariably wind their way through various corridors and then down stairs or escalators before reaching a station many metres underground with no idea of its alignment. A train ride along tunnels and through various stations provides no assistance before the windy trek back to the surface and into the brilliant sunshine. We took a while to orient ourselves and headed off uncertainly in ...
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At 7:00 p.m. the Flamenco show started. We were surprised that there were as many men dancing as women. ...
... great length. The food was quite good but not quite as good as EK. The entertainment system was easy to use but a very limited range. Service was quite good but I think one of the stewards must have been coming down from a big night as he was a little grumpy
Overall, I would say qantas wins the prize if you are taking an overnight flight, followed by emirates a close second and BA a distant ...
... consistency. Simply dunk the churros in the chocolate and enjoy. The churros in Madrid are much different than those we've had in Texas. While the churros in Texas come covered in sugar, the churros in Madrid are plain and do not come with any extra sugar on them. Almost like a plain, cake donut with no glaze. I rarely eat churros back home, but if I lived here, I could eat them all the time dipped in chocolate ...