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... of the Great Dam of Aswan
and the consequent threat posed to several monuments and archeological sites,
UNESCO made an international call to save this rich historical legacy. As a
sign of gratitude for the help provided by Spain in saving the temples of Abu
Simbel, the Egyptian state donated the temple of Debod to Spain in 1968.
The temple was rebuilt in one of Madrid's parks, the Parque
del Oeste, near the Royal Palace ...
... Spanish idiom sounds as "lie-spreaders of the Court", but it is related with the verb mentar, "to say about someone", not mentir, "to lie", so it is more appropriately translated as "places of the City where people buzz about other people").The House of the Post Office was built by French Architect Jacques Marquet between 1766 ...
... to go- because I was hungry. BUT
when we got up to the apartment, Abuela was waiting for us and made us an
entire supper. Although I had just eaten an entire tortilla I wasn’t going to
pass up an opportunity, she made us meat and enchilada, and was so kind and
cute about setting up a final dinner for me. I could already tell me and tamars
Spanish was struggling because we hadn’t been around it for a week, but it was
so nice to talk to her and ...
... now. We were really girly too so that was lovely. The owner and his wife came up to us during our meal and tried to really talk with us. Overall the atmosphere was lovely but the wine was strong so I got a little whoozy towards the end.
On my metro ride back I thought about how lucky I was to be able to take my time in exploring Madrid. It truly has a lot to offer ...
... large parade in the evening and although we planned to watch the parade, we found that the crowd was so large that we couldn't find a safe, comfortable place to watch. Instead, we went for dinner in a nice quiet restaurant and our waitress was so enthusiastic about an 'amasink' salad that we still use that adjective to describe something fantastic!
In Madrid we had fun exploring different neighbourhoods including our own Las Letras ...