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Travel Blogs from Pola de Siero
... a wooded area which seemed to stretch for miles. I was sorry when I reached the end of this woodland and walked out of the park into a busy roadway in the middle of town, by the main railway station.
I was getting hungry by then and it was a toss up between a McDonalds and a slightly grubby little cafe/bar a few shops along, which advertised a $5 bocadillo (long bun) filled with hot crumbed calamari in a special sauce. I read about how this was a delicacy of ...
... obstacle, as ever, is the language barrier. The receptionist finally found someone who had a 'little' English who offered us some paperwork and directed us to a building some 200 metres down the road. After finally passing a security check into the Customs Administration Building (?) we found our way to the Veterinary on the 2nd floor, expecting to get the paperwork signed and collect our pet. Once again we were shuffled from one person to another until an ...
... me! We briefly went inside of a supermarket for some snacks later and then retired to the hotel for the rest of the day. The both of us were just so tired. And I'm not going to lie--kudos to my mom for dealing with me that day. I was in a really foul mood from being sick and overly tired and was not the most cheerful person to be with at this point in time. Thankfully I was able to rest up for the remainder of the night in the hotel room.
... line-height: 18px; ">immersed in the peaceful atmosphere. Then a sleepiness struck, I wanted to sleep a little bit more, so I felt asleep again. If you can't sleep well at night, this is a good quiet place that can help you sleep. In the tomorrow morning, I need gather them and started to travel to Tarifa for food and water because tomorrow I have to Tarifa to sell my wool, so I need a great sleep. Good night my sheep and ...
... a veto, so we just had a meander round this part of town instead, before the biscuit jar was raided for one last time before bed.
I think that experiencing the wonders of Vigo, Santiago, Leon and Salamanca before Madrid has meant that we have both been a little disappointed by Madrid. It is altogether a more modern city and maybe better for serious shoppers and for exhibitions than mere wanderers.
So, tomorrow, before we go, a gallery is on the cards.
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