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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 ...
Having left Sayalonga during the most stunning sunrise of our trip we then had a beautiful drive north through central Spain via Granada and Jaen. The province of Jaen produces the majority of Spanish olives and there are spectacular groves as far as the eye can see. We stopped for fuel just after Madrid and discovered a slight problem ,a 'pinchazo'
. Deep joy. Come on, you don't know what a flat tyre is in ...
... I told you so' dance duly noted! Haha Daryl and Emily... Find your own. I'm busy. Simone ... We play a version of 'Windmill' ..... It's called 'Bull.' (As opposed to the aforementioned 'Duck') Also, I use your mirror ALL the time! Bobby... The Doctor travels anywhere, anytime through Time and Space. (He did seem to hitch a ride with me this time though.) And miraculously appeared at The Tardis in Earl's Court, wanting to travel Europe. (Seems The Tardis is in for repairs.... ...
... 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 ...
... turn to the right and emptied onto a small plaza in front of a beautiful stone church. On one of the walls of the plaza was a tile commemorating the six hundredth anniversary of the Marques de Santillana, 1398-1998. He was a famous poet and politician in the area.
The church, Santa Maria del Castillo, turned out to be quaint, but yet one of the most beautiful we have seen. Some parts of the church date ...