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... to bring in a bit of much-needed cash (if the parlous state of Spain's finances are true-- you start to wonder when shops, galleries etc closed for huge chunks of the week / day).
The shops that ARE open in Toledo are mostly dedicated to cheap souvenirs. Who buys this stuff I have no idea.
I WAS surprised to see an elderly lady - a tourist - who should bloody well know better, pulling a paving stone off the edge of one of the little roads to take as ...
My treasure I knew from my dream which I got finally today must be the the gift of god.Thanks god, thanks gypsy woman and the King ·Englishman·alchemist and even myself.I deserve it，and it just because I followed my dream which other people can't do.
The journey ended，I won't forget this worthy experience.In the future,I will see Fatima,and begin my new life.And the end of this journey just means the start of my new journey in my ...
... to explore, to get to a new world?
Doesn’t it makes you have a sort of desire to live like wind, which are free to
visit anywhere in the world and with no restriction wherever you go? Well, at
least I do and, in spite of the flock of white sheep, the boundless stretch of
the meadow and the kind person here, I decide to go to another side of the sea,
namely, the Africa, as my next station.
God bless me a
good dream tonight!
... the day before. Some things were open though, so we went to see one of the three synagogues left in Spain.
Thursday afternoon we packed up and headed to Sevilla where we’d spend two nights. We had some delicious meals in Sevilla and had a fun filled few days. We visited the incredible Cathedral, where Christopher Columbus is buried. We also climbed to the top of the cathedral for beautiful views of the entire city. It was interesting ...
... western side of the valley will involve rock climbing, but the crest on the eastern side looks feasible and should give views of the Sierra's main peak, La Tinosa. Worth coming back on another day when it's cooler. But for now, it's back down the valley - the sun has got out at last and the heat is now searing. I wouldn't have got as far if it had been like this when I started.
And on the way back, Rute still looks like a ghost town ......