NH Parque Avenidas
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... go pro can get unloaded now.
Tried to find 3 Garmin dealers, but alas still no joy. Have been pondering this, so asked a guy if I could plug it into one of the macs in the shop to try and find it on the system, nothing. Now my little brain was working on this, Sally could be broke, but maybe it's the cable, turns out it was, so found a mini USB and away we go.
Still can't re install the maps, having trouble with their ...
... standard ham in Spain and is from the white hooved ham legs. It is usually less than 12 months old and the pigs are fed grain and normal pig food.
Jamon Iberico de recebo: this is mid range ham from the black hooved ham legs. The pigs are fed grain and normal pig food for most of their lives and then fed acorns for the last six months. This had a stronger flavour than the serrano. The legs are cured and hung for about 18 to 24 months.
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On the following day, we went on a walking tour of the Western half of Madrid. Starting at Plaza Mayor, where many of the executions from the Spanish Inquisition took place. It was really quite a horrid time in history. We saw the oldest restaurant in the world, and part of the old defense walls (which aren't that old compared to those in other cities).
We had a lunch of small fried anchovies (filleted!) and some cuttlefish balls. We walked back to ...
... the Spanish Saint who was born in Avila and spend most of her life here. She was born in 1515 and died in 1582. She was a profiling writer. The church is standing where her house used to be, but it's still classed as her house, as one room was saved ( the room where she was born) and has been made into a chapel. Next to the church is a little museum with relics. Not being Catholic I didn't know about relics. When Teresa died, lots of ...