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... be the star attraction for some cities. Fountains, lakes and ornate turrets festoned with figures and statues feast your eyes. There are also little tiled seats and murals depicting each town and city in Spain. The Park itself is vast and well kept. More fountains and little ceramic object d'art abound. One is a memorial to a famous Spanish writer who wrote about "Love lost - love never found ---blah blah. Sadly, a major drain failure nearby stifled ...
... Malaga Harley shop to pick up some oil and a t-shirt. We rode there first and had a nice visit with the HD folks. We had asked to use their computer to find the Sahara Sunset Resort since Garmin couldn't find it. A couple of other Harley riders at the shop said they were going that way and they would take us there. We missed the turn up to the resort but Mike had gone down to the main road to flag us in. They heard us go by the first time and were waiting as ...
... a lens. Speaking of which, his eye is 80% recovered.
Many of the Arabic style buildings have a large step, then a small one down into the water features, so one way of entertaining oneself whilst waiting for the photographers, is to watch all the tourists trip then look down. I started a tally board.
Current reflections on Spain, including Seville: they are having an ice cream and tobacco led economic recovery.
... but either way he had strong connections to Italica. In addition to building that huge wall in England, building the Temple of Venus and Roma, rebuilding the Pantheon, commissioning the Masuoleum of Hadrian (otherwise known as Castel Sant'Angelo - a one-time fortress of the Pope) among other pet projects, he also oversaw the expansion (3+ fold) of Italica. This included many temples, baths, residences, etc and a 25,000 seat Amphitheatre ...
... and yelled at us. Really? We are finding the people of Spain to be inpatient and down right rude at times. We continued around town and came across a beautiful monument called, Plaza Espana, and the University. I wanted Jeff to stop and watch the horses from the horse drawn carriages tapping their hoofs, as if they are communicating with one another....needless to say, he ignored ...