Parador de Siguenza
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Had a lovely evening in the center of Madrid viewing all the Christmas lights. In Plaza Mayor there is a fantastic Nativity scene all hand made. This was followed by a nice meal and a few Vinos in a restaurant called Venta el Buscon. It specializes in huge steaks, too much for us so we had the prawns. Woke up to a sunny but cold Madrid. Left the hotel Convención for ...
... Wednesday was our last day of classes at the Institute before finals. As a special treat, both my morning teachers took our classes out into the town. My Psychological Perspectives teacher treated us to croissants and cafés con leche, while our Visual Arts teacher showed us some nice graffiti art in Lavapies and then treated us to beer and tapas at a local bar. Talk about the differences between classes in the United States and classes in Madrid!
... photography is permitted. Although I take your point that staff attempting to monitor flash vs. non-flash among hundreds of roaming visitors would be a challenge, so they simply ban it all.
And another piece of life experience to a correspondent I'm encouraging to take more photographs to accompany her excellent writing on her extensive travels:
Remember, most folks love to have their picture taken. And even when they don't "a ...
... the side of the road struggling to pick up an umbrella and table that had fallen over (looked like a dodgy old hip was the problem to me) and said to Pito that we should stop at the view and I'll go back and help him, a few grumbles about always being a Physio Mater later, we pulled over and I went to help the man. A little embarrassed that a young girl had to help him put his road side stall back together he offered me to taste the produce he was selling to ...
Having left Sayalonga during the most stunning sunrise of our trip we then had a beautiful drive north through central Spain via Granada and Jaen. The province of Jaen produces the majority of Spanish olives and there are spectacular groves as far as the eye can see. We stopped for fuel just after Madrid and discovered a slight problem ,a 'pinchazo'
. Deep joy. Come on, you don't know what a flat tyre is in ...