Hotel Zenit Conde de Orgaz
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... below sea level
- the Netherlands has at least 15,000 km of cycle tracks
- the Netherlands still has about 1,000 traditional working windmills
- the Dutch are the tallest people in Europe
- almost every Dutch person has a bicycle and there are twice as many bikes as cars
- about 30% of all Dutch babies are born at home
... wandering the narrow streets, most of the streets here are one-way streets so only enough room for one car to get through. As I'm coming up one of the narrow streets I see some police cars with tape blocking the left-hand side of the road but the right-hand sidewalk seem to be open, so I decided to go ahead and continue and walk past the police cars, as I'm walking past the first car I look down and see a dead body within 3 feet of me.... YES!!! A dead body between the two cars ...
The six hour bus ride from Santander to Madrid was gorgeous, full of picturesque little villages set in front of mountains and valleys that zoomed by in a flash - I wish I had taken my camera out earlier. But then this happened.
A fellow passenger hopped on about halfway through the journey in Burgos. As I was chilling out to my music and enjoying the scenery, he tapped me on the shoulder, asked if I knew Madrid (I said no, and that I was just a ...
... tome el metro hasta la Puerta del Sol para ira a visitar la Plaza Mayor, imponente pero no me impresionó tanto luego de haber recorrido otras ciudades de España y Portugal. Las calles circundantes son muy lindas de recorrer. Muy coloniales ellas, no dejan de ofrecer innumerables cantidades de comida....un local tras otro, por todo Madrid. Es mas caro que Andalucia por ejemplo. Siendo las cinco tenia hambre y me meti en un mercado (tipo mercado del puerto) donde ...
... lost on the winding streets a few times as we tried to make our way from the famous cathedral to the alcazar.
On Thursday we took another train to the town of Segovia. When you get off the train in Segovia you feel like you have literally been plopped in the middle of nowhere. But, after a short bus ride you are greeted by the outstanding 2,000 year old aqueduct ...