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... it the tourist icon it is today. We never appreciated how massive the Festival was or that it went for 10 days- that is 10 morning runs, 10 evening bull fights and a whole heap of festivities and people dressed in white and red drinking sangria in between. We were lucky to catch the final moments of it along with a bed. The local passion for the event is huge. Shops are closed, everyone goes on holidays and families attend parades and fireworks spending time together enjoying ...
... used the already made caves and holes as different rooms and alters. Then you can climb up in it and into the man-made part. From the top you can see the river and a really nice view.
It was such a long day that by the time we got back, it was 9pm; 12 hours after we had left in the morning. However, we really had a good time and got to know each other outside of class.
... enclosed by apartments...and there are restaurants and shops on the ground floor. Huge white market umbrellas all around the edges of the square as people dined outside. About every 30 seconds water would spray from the centre of these umbrellas....in a fine mist down onto the diners to keep them cool. Madrid is beautiful....I didn't know what to expect and the history and spectacular old buildings took me by surprise. Oh, and I saw the ...
... lots of crunch. Met Miguels brother and cousin. Zulema told Robyn women don't drink alcohol in pubs so the girls had a non alcoholic bitter which was very good. Left Miguel and Zulema to watch their son play footie and headed to Soria. Lots of people promenading about the old part of town despite the cold, windy weather. Found a local tapas bar and warmed up. Then home, a great day. ...
... a lot like parts of Australia. Arrived in wet and slippery conditions(not helped by the main street being dug up) and with a little help from a local, found Miguel, Zulema and their son Gonzalo who took us to our new home. Which was just sensational, absolutely beautifully restored. On the bizarre side, the church bells ring exactly one hour and twenty minutes late! ...