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... baked eggs was a bit perplexing to Mr Miller (needless to say I gulped the whole lot...)
Whilst we did get particularly wet day 1, it was a great chance to test out our cooler outfits- we walked and explored, racking up the kilometres taking in the sights of the grand palace, and tucking until paella (food is the reason I travel, remember!) the hostel was awesome, and by day 2 I'd got my mojo back ...
... It felt more Spanish & less touristy than Barcelona but it still had the amazing Tapas & bar culture, lots of historical sights and is easy to walk around.
Our 12hr flight to Madrid was actually pretty good despite flying with Air Europa a cheap airline. We didn’t sleep well and were really tired on arrival at our hotel at 07.30am but they made our day by saying our room was ready and we could check in straight ...
... in the center. Later I learned that the Temple of Debod is an ancient Egyptian temple which was originally built south of Aswan in southern Egypt, very close to the first cataract of the Nile. It was donated to Spain in 1968 when the Great Dam of Aswan posed a threat to historical monuments there. It was carefully dismantled, shipped to Spain, and reconstructed in Madrid. It opened to the public in 1972. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Temple_of_ ...
... the one in Madrid) that was
stunning inside. I put pictures below. Seville also has this enormous
cathedral which contains the tomb of Christopher Columbus(more pictures
below). It also had a bell tower that you could climb up to the top of
and get an amazing view of the city. It was so cool! After getting a
large serving of gelato Sigga and I hopped into a train heading to our last
destination: Granada. Granada was also really cool,but besides the ...
... I want to spend it. I like a lot of time and to learn about the different neighborhoods beforehand. Some education will be valuable when paired with spontaneity. Flexibility is key when your day is also impacted by human needs.
One thing I do want to point out is that I think it may be cheaper to buy train tickets here than in advance online. And I don’t think they run out of availability, especially when you’re willing to pay for a higher ...