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... br> monument s built high in the mountains of the Sierra de Guadarrama about 35
miles from Madrid and near the Monastery of San Lorenzo El Escorial. The
outside consists of a massive 300 foot high cross above massive statues on the
top of a mountain, fronted by a massive plaza, and backed by a large
Benedictine monastery for the monks who care for the Basilica. The outer
appearance is totally Fascist in style in its overpowering monumentality.
... rules applied as previous years ensued and finally we were given the route instructions for the event. The one new thing was that GPS's were not to be used so I explained to Sean that he would need to be gagged and tried not upset his feelings. Then I remembered that I had a brought a small handled GPS as well in order to trace the route but thought that if I disguised it as a spare pair of gloves then we would probably get away with it and it may even still manage ...
We visited a small town near Bea's home after mass today. We sat at the plaza mayor and had yummy treats. Today has been a great day for trying new food. We had churros for breakfast and squid for lunch! Afterwards we visited the local church complete with tombs on the floor. Crisann here! :) For dinner we had a huge seafood meal, in which I tried crab, octopus, clam, some ...
... for the Fair of San Juan and San Pedro. We peep into the lovely Romanesque church of San Millán and return to the aqueduct, where a lively crowd is following the moves of an aerobics group on stage.
We climb up the steps to the top of the aqueduct and pass into the city, making our final stop of the days at the Rodera- Robles – Casa del Hidalgo Museum. ...
... Eresma, which is flowing effusively. The dappling of sun and shade through the trees beside the splashing stream is enchanting. Crossing the stream we come to a shaded meadow replete with picnicking families. Joining the locals, we consume our own lunch, downed with cañas served from the little kiosk in the park. To one side is ...