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... and the atmosphere was great too. Well done to the girls who surprised me with their times and efforts!
The team is doing ok so far with 2 wins out of 4, with our defeats coming as a result from not taking our chances and a lack of concentration at the back. I don't think the boys in the team who are in the late 30's/early 40's, will ever get used to a 20 year old from Glasgow telling them what to do and how to ...
... try some spicy potatoes and meatballs though, a classic tapa, which was delicious!
After dinner, we decided to go to the most famous club in Spain, El Kapital. El Kapital has seven stories (I swear there were more than seven though!), each with different DJs and dance floors. It was incredible to say the least - I have nothing to compare it to in America. For 15 euro you could gain entry to this fabulous establishment and would receive any two drinks of ...
... 376 ) I have come to enjoy El Greco's works much like I have come to enjoy Picasso's works. Being in a country where there are so many works from each artist, it is hard not to become fond of them.
... sunshades, presumably intended for eating under. As the temperature was barely above freezing we were unlikely to make use of them! We were the only touring caravan in the entire site, so we had our pick of pitches!
Only one shower block was open, but it was magnificent, ultra-modern and very minimalist, tiled throughout in pale green marble, with bright orange touches. The facilities were the most high-tech ...
... to live without in various combinations! The shower felt great. Combined with wearing the official WYD shirt they gave us (i.e. a clean shirt), things are looking up!
We had our opening catechesis, led by Bishop Bryan. It was a very nice session, going with the theme of being firm in the faith, and the reasons we believe n´ stuff. Then, we had our first Divine ...