Cigarral de Caravantes
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... merchants have conquered graffiti on their metal roll-up doors by hiring the graffiti artists to paint designs on their doors. We enjoyed lunch at El Tobrel, a lovely cafe. May 1 in Spain is Labor Day and a national holiday celebrating workers. There was a demonstration in the plaza by hundreds of workers demanding more benefits.
We left for Córdoba about 2:30 PM and drove through groves and groves of olive trees in the state of La Mancha. We stopped at ...
... sold out but they did have face paint/crayons so I was able to deck him out. We all took him to school Friday morning and it was so fun seeing all the kids in their costumes. Because we had been talking about Valentine's Day but they don't celebrate it here like we do at home, we got each of the kids a little toy to open open up. Nolan got puzzles and Easton got blocks. ...
Hey you how are we all going.
We last met having indulging in nutella
crepes in a shisha bar inside the lovely town of Granada. When we all awoke we
got ourselves back to the bus in an illegal parking zone and hustled our butts
onboard. We snagged the good seat with leg room and set ourselves up for the
last bus ride with this crew of people. On our way to Consuegra, which is where
the books based on ...
Monday 19th May
Into old Toledo again this morning, by way of the Puento de San Martin and a stiff climb mostly stone steps, to the Monasterio de San Juan de los Reyes. On the north wall is a most extraordinary decoration - hundreds of iron shackles hanging in groups, said to have been removed from imprisoned christians during the reconquest of Spain. The Monastery was ravaged by Napoleon's army in 1805 (they seem to have looted, pillaged ...
... San Ildefonso
Of all the churches we visited during our brief visit to Toledo this was my favourite - the imposing doors, the simple but elegant nave, the gallery and of course the views from the tower. The tower of the iglesia de San Ildefonso is the highest point in the city and so not only provides a magnificent view of the roof tops but also the Cathedral and the Alcázar.
Mezquita de Cristo de la ...