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Travel Blogs from Avila
... church experience.
We then continued exploring the town's restaurants for dinner, as well as the magnificent cobblestone paths with appropriate medieval houses. After this took place, we payed 10 euros to walk the walls of Avila. The view of the town, from above, was great. However, the feeling of knowing that we were walking on stones that were 900 years old, built for the purpose of protecting the town from battles ...
Today we left for our Spanish road trip. We spent the morning packing and arranging items for the trip whilst we waited for Ruben to finish work. Jose prepared lunch for us of a traditional fish dish of a small fish that is prepared in vinegar, salt and herbs and cooked through a process of freezing and a reaction from the vinegar; usually eaten on bread. He had also found rice pasta especially for me and cooked a vegetarian pasta dish.
... back to that one!) Just to paint this picture for you, this is a 70 year old and I sitting at the bar, needless to say we attracted some weird looks). Afterwards he continued to linger and I thought to myself "oh god he's gonna go in for the hug and kiss when the train comes". Yep, bingo! Kiss on both cheeks and Adios Anton! Perfectly harmless, just a strange way to end the day! Haha Now I'm back in Salamanca where I have to wait ...
... It is so hard to get a loan in Spain right now for anything - including a business. That is one of the reasons that the economy is stalled - because banks do not have any money for people to put their business ideas into action. Luckily, Fernando´s dad is a businessman himself and was able to lend him the money to get it going. (Actually, he bet his retirement on it, so here is hoping for the best!) I am not ...
... says it will take 5 hours (there and back) to the lake in the cirque in the middle of the Gredos. Based on recent performance, that sounds quite a lot to me, but I decide to give it a go and see how far I get. It's still only 10C as I start, though it's now 11.45am. The path is well built and ascends gradually over stony ground. After about 100 metres of ascent, there's a sort of plateau where I encounter a large group of American schoolchildren, with teachers, led by ...
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