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... now closed for visiting, which looks much like the Moorish castles of Andalusia. Then there's the beautiful Palacio del Infantado, with an unusual facade with cut stones jutting out. Inside is a charming courtyard as well. I guess when it comes to historical structures, Guad-Spain kind of has an edge of Guad-Mex. One thing I also appreciate is that along the "hall of fame" a row of busts of the notable historical figures who have played a role in ...
... A slight detour was required to replace it and we abandoned the idea of a leisurely lunch admiring scenic views in favour of a Big Mac on a garage forecourt. Another first. Back on the road and hot on our heels was an impressive storm that hit shortly after we arrived at the Molino de Alcuneza near SigŁenza for our overnight stay. Off to Bilbao tomorrow in the meantime we are hoping for a slightly better meal than ...
... the city's profile. Seems to have worked here. Spain is in serious trouble with unemployment etc so glad something is working for them. City tour was amazing. Stood and gazed at the Sagrada Familia.... The enormous church designed by Gaudi....still a work in progress. Just amazing. Sort of ugly but fascinating none the less. Then free time in the city centre for an hour to grab some dinner. There were people everywhere! Because they have a siesta, 7pm was like school pick up ...
... top, gazing out into this massive sea of people--nor the euphoria you feel as they start the wave--a Mexican invention... Guad-Mex definitely wins this one. I continue up a quiet, leafy boulevard, towards the center of the city, past a not so impressive plaza... here I remember the vast pedestrian mall area in downtown Guad-Mex, with amazing monuments all around... Yep, it looks like Guadalajara the Copy definitely beats Guadalajara the Original. I wonder if the founder of ...
... mid-1400's. The coffered Mudejar ceiling is one of its most prominent features.
Beside the church was a set of stairs that led up to the top of the wall. The top was about 50 feet tall. Aunt Ann and I walked up the stairs to get a photo of the church, including the storks nesting on top of the bell tower. We could not get on the very top of the wall because the gate was locked.
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