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18.10.08-23.10.08 Sunday head in to city by train, excellent train system, tourist pass allows access to trains buses and museums unlimited.Plaza Mayor great atmosphere, live music people selling stamp collections and artists painting and performing everywhere. There is a great tourist info centre here and we pick up some tips and a great map. …
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If in Spain, go to Toledo. While Madrid has all the palaces and grand buildings, Toledo has the ancient fortifications and the religious buildings. I should also mention the narrow streets, the very narrow streets. There is a 2 way ring road on the outskirts of the old city, then the rest is a rabbit warren of tiny windy one way streets. Some are pedestrian only but the vast majority allow cars to squeeze through as long as their side ...
... to a Catholic school, their headteacher is a priest who seemed quite nice. However, I must point out that not only did he push in front of me in the queue for drinks he preceded to get 3 fizzy lager beers FOR FREE and then walk around the school casually drinking!
In the afternoon I made the long trek to Las Tablas to see Bri (it is only a 20 min drive but by public transport it involved a bus and 2 tubes). We played by the pool with the kids, Brianna ...
... down the line. Always take every opportunity you can - because the same opportunity won´t present itself twice.
To cap this off, you will come back from this experience a different person, what type of person that returns is all down to you.
I think I now understand how big the world is.
The article - http://thoughtcatalog.com/2012/what-hap pens-when-you-live-abroad/
... because they're rare and exciting.