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... and through. Our students joined in the fun, while the chaperones watched their bags and took photos. It was a blast! The most impressive thing to imagine is that the Spanish nobility enjoyed these fountains in much the same way 300 years ago. Today is our last day, and we just arrived in Madrid -- we're off to the Royal Palace this morning and we'll visit the Reina Sofía Museum (full of modern art) this afternoon. I'll write one last post ...
... s dictator from 1939 to 1975) is buried. It's a pretty controversial place. From the freeway, we were able to see the huge cross that tops the Valley of the Fallen's basilica, which is one of the biggest basilicas in the world. Back in Segovia, the students did a Cultural Rally, a scavenger hunt through the center of Segovia. In small groups, they had to answer a series of questions about Segovia by asking locals, and identify the location of various ...
... and will call in any potential assistance to help. . Daughters, diners, chefs, friends etc. I think they are still in their tourism infancy and are gradually learning how to make the great beast of tourism viable, of high quality without compromising their culture.
What else do I know ...... they speak Portuguese not Spanish (obviously) and they proudly claim to be far more accommodating of those who don't speak Portuguese than Spain.
Their beaches ...
... enamored person to
make the Valle de Los Caidos a stop on a cultural tour of the Madrid region. As
I suspected might be the case, Jesus told me his family were Nationalist
supporters who called the Spanish Popular Front government “Little Russia”.
I was actually at Valle de Los Caidos once before on my 2001
trip to Madrid with my brother. We managed to fit in a short trip by public bus
from San Lorenzo after visiting El ...
... were tourists and made a mistake and she finally ran our card to pay for the toll. Once in the town limits we were able to find our hotel and check in. Only down side, nothing within walking distance of it. With that, we ate some of the food we brought with us for dinner and ventured out again into the town of Espinar.
The GPS took us in all kinds of circles, due to the high volume of one way streets, and ...