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... 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 ...
... Daleks!) What could I say? So.... Yes The Doctor and I are touring Europe! He may appear in photos from time to time. You've heard of 'Where's Wally?' This is similar. Keep your eyes peeled! Points will be awarded at the end of the trip. Use the big whiteboard... Or all of them...As the Tally Board. Andrew... I want to bring Callum on my next trip. The Doctor is not much of a drinker. (However, he will take a banana to a party!) I know I am sending this to everyone but it is also ...
... 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 ...
... by the time we wanted to eat it was the siesta, which means all the kitchens close from 4-8. This is why we started packing a lunch.
We found a restaurant and decided to try Spanish food again. We got seated and got our menus and once more it was like reading a foreign language. We looked and looked, and it all sounded so strange. I'm not very adventurous with food so I went for the safest thing on the menu, Spanish style ...