Sercotel AB Arganda
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... which was about 45 minutes away. This was the old capital of Spain. We decided to try follow the walking tour recommended in Lonely planet but ended up getting a little lost. We even battled to get into the city walls! Once we got into the city walls, a guy invited us in to see his jewellery shop. It was very cool to see as we got to see how he hammers gold or silver strings onto a brick to make amazing designs. I bought a pair ...
Big drive today....staying overnight so we are only 1/2 hour from Madrid (we will then travel on fast Bullet train to Barcelona stay one night and fly out to Istanbul on Sunday) The horizon in many places along the way were lines and lines of wind turbines....wind farms by ...
... Ushant, which is off the coast of France, at a distance of 10 nautical miles off the starboard side. At this point, Britannia began to enter the Ushant Traffic Separation Scheme. At noon, we had slight seas, overcast conditions and the air temperature was 13°C. The wind was Force 4. We say outside the teen club for ages as it was closed for lunch at that time. When it reopened, we made our leaving books and everyone ...
... up the Spanish inquisition. Now it was illegal to be anything but a Christian so the moors and the jews had two options, convert or leave. Only if they left, they were not allowed to take any of their possessions with them. Great choice! Many of the buildings around here have moorish designs, as it was the moors who had the architectural knowledge. Much of the old neighbourhoods were destroyed by the inquisition and later developments of the city ...
... is just, we dodged a fine! Thank goodness for the tourist's luck! We finally made it to some outer region of Porto called Gaia and started walking aimlessly towards the metro. Surprisingly, we managed to find our hostel but weren't able to check in until 3PM! With approximately 6 hours to spare, we dropped our bags and went to the Bolhäo Market. It was pretty big with a split level and filled with seafood, fruit and vegetables, flowers, and lots of other things. I will never ...