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A Travel Blog by vickielizabeth
... of the Inca Empire. The real purpose of the trip is my final month in Ecuador, working on setting up an Ecotourism project deep in the rainforest with an Afro-Ecuadorian community near the Colombian border. It all looks so simple on paper... Eek!
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A Travel Blog entry by shneer from Madrid, Spain
... . But how to connect to contemporary Jewish life? After a bit of research, I discovered that there is a small and growing Jewish community in Spain, estimated at 10,000-15,000 registered with the official community and 40,000-50,000 total Jews. And I ...
A Travel Blog entry by ekidd31 from Madrid, Madrid, Spain
... great way to find a place to stay while traveling, but it also is a great networking community. I joined the group “Langyages Exchanges Meetings in Madrid,” and I noticed a person post about free spanish lessons. Since Jenna and I ...
A Travel Blog entry by extremetraveler from Madrid, Madrid, Spain and Canary Islands
... My two brothers had a room together down the hall on the other side of the Hostel, which had two beds, a shower, and another community bathroom with a toilet as well. Once we all put our things down, Lisa showered and the rest of us got ready to ...
A Travel Blog entry by deena.cowans from Madrid, Madrid, Spain and Canary Islands
... , including a tour of the the university "campus". This is one of the major differences between Duke and Madrid-- there is no sense of campus or community at the school. The school is divided into "facultades", which are like schools in the US-- there's ...
A Travel Blog entry by valerie992 from Madrid, Spain
... ;€€€€ in preparations to attract the attention of the committee - Public Works are underway all over the community ("Their tax €€s at work") and a mega sports complex has been built (renovated, actually) that is impressive. ...
A Travel Blog entry by eabdulkareem from Madrid, New Mexico, United States
... mining company town in Northern New Mexico started in the 1850s.The population was 149 at the 2000 census. Today Madrid has become an artists community with galleries lining Route 14 (the Turquoise Trail). It still has remnants of its past with the ...
A Travel Blog entry by mccloy from Madrid, Madrid, Spain and Canary Islands
... went for a stroll in El Retiro. This beautiful park was once part of 300 acres of a royal garden, but now is a community park. It was a beautiful walk. Finally, we retuned to the train station which was actually Atocha were the terrorist bombed in ...
A Travel Blog entry by tennille from Madrid, Spain
... being searched! They must have some serious issues with old ladies smuggling drugs here, or just have it in for the elderly Italian community! We got into New York early so spent the day wandering the area. For the first night we were on 103rd street, ...
A Travel Blog entry by nanaof7 from Madrid, Community of Madrid, Spain
... were barking! The highlights of the day were Park Guell designed by Antonio Gaudi. It was originally planned as a high income gated community in the late 1800s but flopped and became a delightful park. Words can't describe the beauty of the gardens, ...
A Travel Blog entry by link2005 from Madrid, Spain
... Spanish influences. Until the Reconquest of Spain in the 15th C, Toledo was the centre of a productive and harmonious community comprising Moors, Christians, Jews and all others. Their Catholic Majesties, Ferdinand and Isabella set about rectifying this ...
A Travel Blog entry by deena.cowans from Madrid, Spain and Canary Islands
... to eat together), and then we were going to head over to the Comunidad Judia de Madrid, basically the big Jewish community in Madrid. CJM is the only congregation with an actual synagogue-- the other community (yes, there are only 2) holds services in a ...
A Travel Blog entry by orianapacker from Madrid, Madrid, Spain
... abandoned building into a functioning communal center. They installed electricity, covered the walls with gorgeous murals, made a community roofdeck garden, created an extensive library, and are currently working on building a recording studio. They ...
A Travel Blog entry by thelovejourney from Madrid, New Mexico, United States
... theme so to speak. There was a "Budda"pool, "Grecian" pool, a heart shaped pool and two big waterfall pools! They also had a community kitchen. The accommodation we slept in was a renovated "bully barn". In case you don't know what a bully barn is, it's ...
A Travel Blog entry by bdsaly from Madrid, Madrid, Spain
... period of its construction, could show off their skills there. During the 12th and 13th centuries, Toledo also had a vibrant Jewish community evidenced by two ancient synagogues that are now museums. One of them seems to have had a dual function over the ...
A Travel Blog entry by twofoodies from Madrid, Madrid, Spain
... here due to dad being hospitalisation. It has provided an opportunity for us to immerse ourselves into the local community. We have discovered some wonderful restaurants - with most of them offering between 9 euro and 12 euro lunches which consist ...
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