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... to get into photography again which is enjoyable. The campsite was a little out of town so i had to drive into Merida to have a look. The town itself was pretty modern and seemed rather industrial but then i didn't really explore it much. The campsite only accepted cash which was pretty annoying but then quite typical of a lot of business in Spain! ...
... thinking Spain is the last place I'd expect there to be Roman theatres.
Anyhow, that's Merida. We had to keep moving but there is a lot more Roman things being excavated here, as we saw walking to the car.
Now to Madrid. We made a few small stops here and there, with one being a huge monument to a battle between the English and Spanish troops versus the French. It was interesting as it was a part of the Napoleonic wars in the early 1800's.
... with the amigos and provided us with some good laughs.
The Spanish lisp some of their words, this custom dates back a couple hundred years when they had a king that lisped, and to be in fashion the citizens followed suit, so instead of saying gracias, they say (fonetiaclly) grathias. Johan has been very good about telling us when to lisp and when not to lisp. Well, on Saturday afternoon Johan was a real trooper when we got to Merida. He decided that he did ...
... and a very different 1970-Franco-Spain... it's hard to recapture the memories in the bustling built-up confidence of today's Merida. Back to the monastery and, Guy hopes, some supper. This is the message sent from Guy to his girls as he waits for his supper... dear all ... just to let you know that the Parador in Merida DOES have a sauna, a gym and a pool... Merida was also dominated in turn by the Romans, the Visigoths, the Ottomans and then the catholic kingdoms ...
... spread all over town often appearing in the mostly unlikely corners and the town is literally built on top of them and in between them. Being Spain everything is open late so we had a number of hours to visit the sites before dinner at one of the tapas bars our hotelier recommended. The first stop on our tour was the Teatro Romano and the adjoining gladiator arena Anfiteatro. Both these structures were built around 15 BC with capacity of 6000 and 14000 respectively. The ...