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Travel Blogs from Tizneros
... small town european-esque!
This weekend was relaxing, chillin with my little bros, and going to lunch in the mountains. Always great food, as usual!
This week, there are medieval festivals in Alcalá that people come from all over spain, and even other parts of europe. It is a huge deal and started this afternoon! I will tell more about that next post!!
Don't forget to click on pictures and read about them, this weeks are super interesting!
... waffles, slushies, icecream. And did I mention it was free? Of course I had to eat just a little bit (). After we left the party, we traveled to Madrid's city center. Searching for a parking spot was a grave task, taking almost twenty minutes of circling about. However, once we found it, the city was ours. I am convinced that the only way to see a city is with a local. Juani y Antonio took me places I NEVER would have found on my own. ...
... Pilar's dinner, which of course didn't disappoint. We had Spanish tortilla and fried cucumbers (my new favorite thing).
It is SO nice to be back in Granada! I was actually homesick for this city.. I think that's when you know you really love it here! Classes start on Monday so it'll be nice to get on a more definite schedule for the rest of the semester. It's crazy that it's already February but this month brings lots of exciting things!
... like gold. There were a few museum-type rooms across the cloister that held other religious items, like Latin bibles, tapestries, etc. This was my first taste of European architecture, and I thought it was beautiful.
After this, we walked down the street to the alcazar, or castle/fort that was once the head of Castilla-León during the reign of Alfonso VIII. (Castilla-León is currently an autonomous community within Spain -- ...
... and has been for centuries, and if Spain is an example, we’ll never get rid of them.Enough of the political ranting for now. It may well restart when we get to El Escorial and Franco’s tomb.
Meanwhile, lets go to Toledo.
Toledo was capital of Spain in the first century and seat of the Visigoth kings. It was capital again after the Moorish rebellion in 1012 and again ...