Travel Blogs from Valdemoro
... hillside overlooking the city. It was a decent climb but not actually that difficult. Way less people. WAY more hippie. That section (past the Ablyzin) is known as the gypsy/hippie section of town. There are actual gypsies (Roma) who live in caves in the mountainside, and the people who live in the town out there are VERY hippie. Everyone has dreads and wears giant pants in large amounts of bright colors. You get the picture. It was interesting to ...
... remember from the movie I had to watch)! A few people from our group are actually doing a part of the Camino for their pilgrimage, starting at a certain point and walking for five days to get to the end. It is unbelievable, and it was so cool to be able to get a taste of what that would be like. Little yellow arrows mark the way to the finish line, which is, ultimately, God. A few days later we traveled to the historic and beautiful city of Toledo, which also ...
... looked around, we found he 15ft away and moved there
We had some time to kill so I took a few quick naps as a small marching band came in to play
Next it was time for the Running of the bulls. We were able to watch the whole run on the big screen
and before we knew it, they were all through the stadium which was full of runners.
We were all like ah, that wasn’t that great ...
... spotted the pair of us from a distance, and it was “obvious he wasn’t Spanish”. But she had only seen me, she hadn’t heard me speak. Do I walk like John Cleese or something? All answers on a postcard to the usual address.
Mum loved Barcelona, almost as much as she loved Eugenio. He looked after her so well. My favourite memory is of her at breakfast time perched on a stool in a tiny Churreria as he plied her with churros and chocolate which she adored. ...
Day 184 4 hrs, 4.2 kms Day Totals: 16 hrs, 25.0 kms On my way back to Madrid I figure I can cram in one last city on my way. I hop off the train in Valdemoro, quickly taking my video clip along a long park/plaza leading to the city. Valdemoro does have a little more historical feel than some of the other suburbs, with narrow streets and little plazas and chapels tucked away. It's been a pleasant couple of days here in Greater Madrid. Now it's time to head on my ...
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