Hotel Zenit Conde de Orgaz
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... etc. on the particular cuts of their choosing. Cheeses, olives and other Spanish delicacies were displayed in such tempting fashion, making it difficult for us to just look. As we walked further into the neighborhoods, we saw more shops and services including a medical clinic, much like the one in Arca where Linda received treatment for her spider bites. We also walked by a hospital, farmacias, banks, clothing stores, but all on a small, neighborhood scale. It all seemed so ...
... my life? But I learn't more about the world's history, religion, ruling kingdoms and culture than in any other class. Best class I ever took. Mr Ross Miller has taught me well. I am familiar with these works. I feel priveliged to see them for myself. The spanish artists, however, were always my least favourite due to the darkness of the subjects. The muslim quarter- Marzipan comes from here. Made by the nuns. Sugar, eggs and almond ground. ...
... autonomous community of Aragon. It is situated on the Ebro River in a valley with a variety of landscapes, ranging from desert to thick forest, meadows and mountains.
This is a large city with its own Cathedral and had many statures, and water features within a large square. This Cathedral was another lovely building and it’s building commenced about 1000 years ago. It was beautiful inside and I am at a loss to know how they keep the buildings in such ...
July 25, 2014
Today was our last day to see Madrid. We got a late start since we are starting to keep hours like the locals. Eating dinner at 10 or 11 PM is still a bit weird. We renegotiated a rental car for tomorrow as we discovered the Budget rental was at the airport (30 Euro trip). We finally made it out the door at 12:30. We were so impressed with Jamon and Melon we returned to the Museo de Jamon and enjoyed another excellent lunch. We noted they have a ...
Black Caviar, our black diesel Hyundai i20 we've so aptly named, is our cheap mare we've hired to get us around the Spain and Portugal track. A lovely little car that shows promise and is certain to deliver us a fine lifestyle of wine, tapas and gorgeous sites over the next 3-4 weeks. Hopefully our jockey will become more comfortable with the left hand drive she comes with, this feature has proven difficult to master with a few close falls already in the breaking-in stage. In hindsight ...