Parador Nacional De Turismo De Manzanares
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Tis a place mentioned in the book Don Qu... Something.
The curtains are pulled over the doors and shutters over windows pulled down. No one is around.
We have some group photos by the windmills.
A terrible tourist destination.. Only pass through here ...
Here are the last bits and pieces of Spain.
Why does GPS Lady hate us?
We bought the GPS maps for Europe before we left and it was well worth the investment. For the most part, the GPS Lady had been a godsend but every once in a while she likes to mess with us. Almost every historic city in Europe has a "old town center" which is not accessible to vehicles with the exception of delivery vehicles, people that live in the area and hotel guests. As ...
... out is not what we are called to do. In Mexico, God was calling me to be vulnerable and walk with my coworkers as they worked as activist fighting passionately for sexual and reproductive rights. To walk on sacred ground and remember the women who have gone before me as people and not just numbers. God called me to love and be loved. God called me to expand my definition of neighbor and in doing so I created relationships with my coworkers; Andrea, Emmanuel, and ...
... drinking, talking and listening to the music that was blasting out of the cars that lined the parking lot. Only staying for just over an hour, I got to meet some more of the students from her University, a very interesting cultural experience. We finished our night by Skyping our old roommate Natalie back at Laurentian. It was great for all of us to in a way all be together again!
Katelyn had Friday off of school for All Saints ...
... we packed up our suitcases and left for Almagro.
We initially drove for only a very short period of time, as we stopped for breakfast at a freeway autogrill. After devouring some dry boccadillos, we continued driving for around three and a half hours on the fast yet featureless freeways, before we eventually reached Almagro at approximately 2PM.
We checked in to the Casa Resekas apartments, and after offloading our ...