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... br> I have been sitting in the park for approximately four hours with five to go and I have forgiven myself. This trip is about going day-by-day, and growing in all aspects of my life. Today I let go of my mistake and adapted to the situation. A common reason for backpack Europe is to broaden your horizon, which of course in on my list, but I think it is so much more. Now, that is a lot of pressure to put on one trip, but I know that I ...
... washers in Australia. Also saw a bus driven by guys peddling bikes with a bar down the middle! Great idea for a bucks party which I suspect was what these guys were having. Back to the walk and passing more beautiful buildings. Hope the photos do them justice. Back to the hotel to rest our tired feet before heading next door to the Reina Sofia, one of the two famous art galleries in Madrid. The other is the Prado which we plan to visit tomorrow. Viewed lots of Salvadore ...
... it over to Christian King Alfonso VI of Castile in 1085. Some of the more famous sites in Madrid that I was able to visit were the following - some on my own and the majority with our travel group. <b>Temple of Debod </b>(gift from Egypt in 1968), <b>Plaza de Cibeles</b> (most beautiful), <b>Puerto del Sol</b> (plaque showing kilometer zero of the national highway system), ...
... amp; different ways of burial. Mind you I do think those buried in the crypt would probably be from the more wealthy parts of society! It was though a very beautiful & peaceful place. We then walked some more & had lunch in one of the many squares here. It's a great way to organise a city with squares that have shops around the bottom & apartments on the next 3 or 4 floors up. We haven't seen hardly any multi story car parks here- ...
... and churches that were on the "to do" list. We took a day trip out to Toledo on the train and wandered through the old walled town on what was a very hot day. Toledo is really pretty and very interesting, lots of history and swords! Every shop seemed to have swords for sale! We visited a museum in the old synagogue to view the intricately carved walls and learn more of the Spanish Inquisition and it's aftermath. We can highly recommend Madrid and Toledo to you ...