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... y también tiene una buen vista del ciudad de Madrid. He dicho este mucho, pero quiero que los parques en los Estados Unidos son como los parques de Madrid. El parque era más limpio que los parques en los Estados Unidos y también las personas pueden caminar con sus perros sin el uso de las traíllas. Querría ir a los parques todos los días en los Estados Unidos si los parques son como los parques de ...
... and stay in style for a night
in a parador, or at least have a dinner in one of their fancy dining rooms.
From Siguenza it was a rather short drive through bucolic
landscape to Medinaceli, a hilltop village that regularly makes the lists of
most beautiful villages on Spain. Medinaceli is technically over the line in
Soria Province, one of Spain’s most sparsely populated, in the Castilla y Leon
region. There’s a new town in the valley along ...
... was a medieval hill town named Atienza
set just below a hilltop castle and surrounded by several Romanesque pilgrimage
churches. Atienza is understandably described as one of Spain’s most beautiful
villages, and it is a real medieval wonderland. It seems like it could be a
village of several thousand people based on the number of houses, but I barely
saw anyone in town and I’m sure I was the only tourist type around on a cold
Monday in March. I ...
... one of the earlier buses of the day, I was awake. Laying there contemplating getting up at 630 to catch the 7am bus, I went back and forth as to whether I should just get up, get dressed and get back to Sant Antoni, or stay laying there for another 1/2 hour staring at the ceiling, waiting for the next round of the alarm to sound. In my usual last minute decision state of mind, I get up, knock on Shannon's door to let her know I'm leaving and if she wanted to lock the door behind ...
... traffic, fresh cheese. Not speaking a word of English and me only school yard French, I learnt that he made the smelly but delectably yummy cheese in the little hut behind him which was his home. The hut was a very basic timber and tin structure and was where he and his 3 dogs lived. In Summer we were dressed in pants, jacket and scarf- I hate to think how terrifyingly cold it must of been there in Winter. He showed me his inside which didn't involve having to ...