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... takes place every Sunday morning, attracting a huge crowd of locals, tourists - and those who prey on them. We kept a strong arm on our backpack the entire time. It's a colourful spectacle, with stalls selling everything from car parts to antiques, African crafts to Asia jewlery. I bought a ceramic bull to add to my collection.
The Prado - Definitely one of the world's great museums with a rich collection ...
... a chamada
oral nos dispersou, kkkk.
A Catedral de Almudena é uma obra recente, clean, apesar do teto colorido. Não nos
impressionou como em outros momentos e a nossa Igreja da Sé foi lembrada e,
pelo menos para nós, ganhou a comparação.
Cruzamos Madri de metrô para a região oriental, mais arborizada e mais nova, construída
na época dos Borboun (séc. XVIII). A partir da Plaza de Cibele, caminhamos pelo
Passeo del Prado em direção ao ...
... It is our first time using this website, and we think we are very blessed to find a great place to spend a week and a great host. The person we are renting the apartment from lives next door and he is very kind and welcoming.
It has been raining every since we got to Madrid, so, unfortunately, most of the Semana Santa or Easter celebrations have either been canceled or have been so late that we have missed them. We heard last night's procession ...
... the information desk instead (somewhat more expediant at the time). Luckily there was a flight to Mexico City 1 hour after the original ****** little insignificant, meaningless (breath!) flight should have left. So, with my new best mate and most flexible friend, said flight was purchased and a happy global traveler boarded the flight, albeit a little lighter in the pocket. Funnily enough the new flight arrived 1/2 hour before the original ...
... end in Santiago de Compostela and definitely are not as popular...yet!. The idea of just walking from Point A to B obviously has mass appeal. I guess, looking back, I have been ‘doing’ my own Camino for a few years now. The difference is I never know where Point B will be. All the interrupted days have made for a very indirect route around the globe, and so it will continue. Except for Tommorrow…. .Point B will be Toronto, after a little stop in ...