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... t believe how well the trumpetists were playing; they were all flawless.
After seeing two processions, we made it back to the main square and found Aaron. then, we sat down to first have a drink and then eat lunch. When we had eaten, we went back to one of the main streets to wait for another procession, but we were there for an hour and nothing happened when we thought it would. Having had our fill of ...
... the rooftop Sangria party at 9:30am. Other travellers from the hostel are up there too and we chitchat, play games and eventually head out to a bar when the rooftop reaches its scheduled closing time. It is another usual night, in another bar, in another city. I don’t need to elaborate. Somehow I find myself here quite often!
Its October 31st. Halloween night. I feel exhausted from previous night. There is a big party at the hostel tonight. I don’t have ...
The plan was to have a nice visit, head back to the hotel for a little siesta, then hit another site late afternoon. Instead, we ended up staying at the Alcázar all day. It was both huge and incredibly interesting (we splurged and shared and audio guide). We wandered the palaces, walked through the giant, sprawling gardens and Andrew took tons of pictures. After spending tons of time hanging out to get a shot that he wanted without a billion ...
... t feeling well and back at her host house. We are meeting up later tonight to tour the Plaza de Espagna at night. Decided they were probably tired of me hogging the table and decided to venture out. Walked around a bit and decided to try a new area near the Santa Cruz area. Had four tapas: spinach with chick peas, gazpacho, sardines, chorizo sausage and a mojito. Sat outside and enjoyed feasting on all these favorite tapas of the region ...
... we had a late dinner at a little place on our street.
The meat here is lovely, not sure if it is pork or beef half the time but asked with trepidation in case it was horse, and with signs like charades and simple words got assured it was pork! We had our own strips to cook on a small charcoal burner accompanied by fries and salad. The fries were swimming in olive oil and soggy like old fashioned ones, served with crusty bread to mop up - Loosen those belts!
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