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It was my very last evening on this incredible four month journey and there was no place I would've rather been than at the Templo de Debod for the Sunset. I think I was there at least six different times throughout my time in Spain, and each time I love simply marveling at it's beauty. Such an amazing end to a really fantastic experience.
Monday morning I did not want to wake up AT ALL, but I knew there was no choice but to catch my flight back ...
... of about 25,000 granite blocks held together without any mortar, and spans 818 meters with more than 170 arches, the highest being 29 meters high.
The Alcazar of Segovia, the royal palace located on top of a rock between the rivers Eresma and Clamores, is documented for the first time in 1122, although it may exist in earlier time. It was one of the favorite residences of the kings of Castile, built in the transition from ...
... in Spain open at 8:30pm. This is like going out to eat at 6pm in the states. The restaurant we ate at was almost empty at 9pm - just us and another American family. By the time we left at 10:30pm it was packed with the locals. The food was great and the service was very good considering European service. The owners of this small restaurant didn't speak any English. She understood the basics and that's about it. ...
... the airplane window. The sun is doing all sorts of beautiful things with the clouds and there are giant sunbeams and pink clouds (it's almost sunset).
Ah, Old Country Europe. It just doesn't quite have the same feel as Great Britain. Lots of clay-colored buildings (with the whole city the same color), and church steeples poking up every few blocks. Madrid is an interesting city - from the air and airport it looks like most of the city is only a ...
... 30 minutes I talk to them in Spanish mostly about what I have done during the day and what I plan to do tomorrow. Yesterday we talked about the difference between Houston, Seoul, and Madrid and also about how people on the streets, occasionally will say Ni Hao or Me Gusta Chino to me.
The only thing that I dislike at this point is how I feel I need to stay holed up in ...