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... paintings are just breathtaking.. Next , I walked back toward the Puerta Del Sol. On the way, I passed by a chocolate shops where I bought a chocolate sauce with dipping churro, a Madrid tradition. Tis evening I did the tapas bar south of Purta del sol , tried the Ham museum. The shrimp at casa del abuelo is just too salty and greasy and pricy for what little baby shrimps they served, I ended up walking back to Calle de Jesus and ordered some olive oil octopus before called the ...
... We were delighted to hear from Rob Fleming re the sanfl grand final - sorry brownie- made our day.
Have a great cruise Mary n Rob.
Good to hear Julie and Dennis r enjoying their holiday.
Curtis clan hope u got bussie class - enjoy.
xxx Ann n Jeff
Ps fashion hints
Ladies wedges, platforms, plateform wedges.
Men slim fitting shorts with small cuffs.
Congratulations bray o getting your first ...
... castle) that we'll check out tomorrow.
had an email from Randa at Harvest pilgrimages this morning and it seems there will be yet another general blog for the tour group -ww.pilgrimsroad.net
Now time for that pig.
See ya xxx
"In the eveving of your life you will be tested in love. Learn to love as God desires to be loved and abandon your own ways of acting" St John of the Cross
... and steeply down the hill towards the lowest part by the river, so when we finally climbed down from the wall, we had a steep walk back through the old streets, enjoying the shade when we could as it was bakingly hot. This part of the town was less polished, many of the buildings run down and some looking derelict, but not for long it seems, as the builders were at work doing up many of the old places. They may not finish – everywhere we have been, ...
... s a turn-off towards La Plataforma. Until now, I've been driving west, parallel to the Gredos. There's been a valley in between my road and the mountains and until now, there haven't been any ways across it, so it seems that it's difficult to get to the mountains without a long walk. The road to La Plataforma is 12km long and, after a gentle climb, ends at a car park with a couple of disused buildings - nothing else.
There's an obvious path leading out of the car park. ...