Travel Blogs from Guadalajara
... truly beautiful place, soaking up the atmosphere. I have explored the Basilica and wandered the streets. This morning while our wandering I took a ride on a rather large wheel which gave a great view over the city, this afternoon I took a short boat ride down the Rio Ebro after which I sat in the Plaza and enjoyed a beer while listening to to an old guy playing the piano accordion
Now I am sitting in my room with the window open ...
We are much better now and getting stronger every day! David had a bad insect bite, right under where his backpack strap is, however, this is a route with a plethora of pharmacies to deal with everything!!
10 days in, hard to believe. We have gone over 200 kms, not much in a car but a wonderful accomplishment by foot!
Love to you all, hope our comments that go with these pictures come through for you, we seem to be having technical difficulties, perhaps too much ...
... to follow his original drawings. However one entrance has been done by another architect with a different and a little more modern concept. The palaces here are enormous, most not used by royalty, belong now to city and mostly museums. Drove into one of the main Plazas (Catalunya) Shops, markets, cafes and restaurants everywhere. Very busy and have been told to be ...
We rolled another 198k under our wheels today but, as before, not all of them have been entirely productive. We woke to rain but thankfully it stopped before we set out at 07:00. The ride to the control town of Guadalajara was uneventful enough apart from having to mend our second puncture of the trip on the hard shoulder of a short motorway section - it seems even the finest kevlar belted tyres are no match for what looked like ...
... visitors. The monks had lived in piety and peace for quite some time and had decorated their halls with murals and statues, but they lived in modesty owning nothing of monetary value. When a new king took over who had a lot of bad debt, he signed a new treaty stating that anything that was owned by the church was now owned by the government and so many of the monks vacated the monastery. When they ...
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