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Great night sleep in room 101! Ha! I survived my own Room 101... Ha! So there! I will quietly admit that I searched the room for spiders ... Even the bed... Cannot be too careful ... But then wonderful nights sleep ... Without so much as a dream. Lovely breakfast... Cooked and buffet ... Had lots! On the bus at 8am and this whole day is taken up with the bus tour to Barcelona. Will have lots of breaks though and it's a magnificent sunny day. Brooke... Drank the sangria... ...
... 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 this city and country's history, a number of Moors are included--with a description of their achievements... Glad to see that that segment of Guadalajara's history is being acknowledged. What about quality of life? Which would be the better ...
... 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 ...
We began with the Palacio del Infantado, which houses a nice little museum, has a fancy facade, and a very nice courtyard. Next we went further into town to see some old palaces that now function as museums or publics schools, the crypt built by a wealthy family to bury their bodies, and a few other buildings.
By 2pm we were done with the town, so we headed for some food. Up until now we had such a hard time finding ...
... I drove across the dam and on toward the village. I made it to the village at about 14:20, perfect time for a Spanish lunch. I parked by the church at the main square and seated myself at an outdoor table at el Bar-Meson el Athazar. The waitress brought me a small bowl of olives (typical at most any restaurant in Spain) and asked what I wanted to drink. I ordered a vino tinto of course. When she returned with my ...
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