Medina-Sidonia

The first hill town we stayed at was Medina-Sidonia. When I tried driving up the steep, narrow, cobble-stoned streets, I immediately recognized why I wanted a small car. It made parking in New York City seem easy. In Medina, we visited a Roman sewer; it had been covered up for 1,800 years and was discovered when someone was digging a house foundation.

not much room for a car

not much room for a car

my car would not fit

my car would not fit

Roman sewer from 2nd century

Roman sewer from 2nd century

Roman artifact

Roman artifact

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