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... I need for my music class, but I can't rent out a lot of the books, so I had to stay there a while.
Afterward, I realized that I was really close to Gran Vía so I walked along the road and did some window shopping. I ended up seeing Thuy at Zara so we talked for a bit and shopped a little before splitting ways and heading home.
Dinner, then studying, then sleep.
... He asked me to do the readings, which I of course did. I took the liberty of singing the responsorial psalm and the Gospel acclamation, but I don't think anyone minded. After mass, José took us to a plaza in front of the palace where we would be touring later, and pointed-out several restaurants within the area. Kris and I found the best restaurant for lunch…situated on a cobblestone square at the foot ...
... the house was occupied by tenants. In the 20s, Madrid bought the house and redecorated it with some of Lope’s things, according to how he had described it in his letters. Lope lived a very interesting life, with many women and many children, even after he became a priest in his later years. He lived very intensely. Everything in his life he used as medium for his writing and for literary inspiration. People absolutely adored him, because he wrote about what they liked. Going ...
... the hills had turned into a small water fall and the down hill sections into potential mud slides. Very difficult conditions for walking. It continued to pour with rain for the whole 7 hours that it took us to walk the 17 miles to St Pedro. The only highlight of the day was passing the halfway point of the Camino and the highest point of this section 1350 ft. We have now walked the equivalent of walking from Palm Coast to Charleston, all we have to do now is walk ...
... are all very patriotic! They all had the Spanish flag wrapped around themselves or carried a flag or wore the soccer jersey. They blow very noisy trumpets which are also red and the noise is deafening. Every time we turn on the TV the goals they scored are being replayed over and over. We ate locally at a bar around 10 p.m., watching the crowds returning down the Paseo Del Prado
Tomorrow, we head for Seville - getting warmer as we get closer to the equator - 37C expected ...
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