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... January 8, 2013, Day 182
3 hrs, 7.0 kms
While Madrid itself is an amazing city to explore, the surrounding countryside is perhaps the most dreary I've experienced for a European city. Flat, drab, lifeless... and it seems the only way to get out of the city in any direction is walking alongside a freeway.
I'm hoping that Leganes will redeem my quest to turn Madrid in to Superhike. Leganes does have a nice park, a couple of interesting statues (like a ...
... these ancient edifices were incredibly beautiful and full of original works of art. After another bus ride we arrived in the city of Segovia. Segovia is the site of aquaduct built by the Romans at the beginning of the first century. The amazing thing about this ancient structure is that it was build of 50,00 enormous stones all without use of mortar of any kind. It provided water to Segovia until the mid 19 century. After viewing the aquaduct we enjoyed ...
... t know was that Southern Spain's tap water is not safe to drink and unfortunately we have consumed a lot of it today. Noone told us until the man in Burger King...hey no judgement you can't pass up a one euro burger on a budget when hunger strikes. So I'm hoping we don't get sick from it ;( besides that Kristen and I nearly boarded the wrong train but all is well and we are riding in style in the luxurious second class coaches. They even have foot seat things! It's ...
... weren't. Eventually locating them you could see what the artist had done - in their own way I thought they were both invisible - one tied between two columns and the other where I hadn't even been looking - equally as invisible on a small patch of grass at the foot of where a security guard had been sitting. (See the pics if you don't believe me!) Ok so I can rabbit on about art sometimes. Where art met reality was on the steps of the crystal palace ...
... We saw the stables and storeroom, which was a large, thick-walled building that stayed the same temperature inside (cool), regardless of the weather outside. We saw a mosque after that – it was the first one in Morocco to be opened to non-Muslims. It was quite pretty, with a similar style to the Alhambra in Granada, though not as grand and intricate. That night we had a 'gala' dinner at a restaurant in the medina in Fes. Our tour leader decided the theme for it would be fancy ...