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... stop on our trip around northern Spain. It was quite
cool actually, but the main thing I remember is the Guggenheim, which
was awesome, and other than that the Iberdrola building which evidently I
pronounced terribly upon my first try. Favorite things about the Gug
were the Ernesto Neti exhibits and the flower dog. Both are worth
looking up and the Neti especially worht seeing in person. The way he
combines the different senses is just fascinating; herb balls ...
in Spain sounds like they're not exactly liked by a large majority of
their citizens. Unemployment is at 26% and the economy is going down the
drain. The streets were blocked off
near our hostel,since we were staying near the center of the city, which
caused us to have to take quite a large detour to get home,and there
were literally hundreds of riot police in police vehicles of every type
lining the streets just waiting. It was ...
... drink outside for a couple of hours then enter the marquee. However this night we managed to stay until the party finished at 7am and then caught the tram back to bed.
After another sleep in and lazy afternoon, I met with Juanma at 5:30 and he took me for a walk, showing me the landmarks including the famous cathedral, an old roman theatre and the oldest bridge in Zaragoza. We then went to an Irish pub for a beer before he walked me to my hostel and I had to say goodbye.
... amp; tried "yemas", a traditional treat. One word: BARF! They are basically egg yolks in a more solid form covered in flour (?) & sugar (?). To me it was more like jello covered in flour hahah. But I had to try it.... Cuando en Espana!! On a better note, we had chocolate y naranja (chocolate & orange) ice cream in Avila, as well. Fantastico!
Last Wednesday we had a costume party at Murphy's...aka Arancia....with the conversation partners. It was hilarious!! A lot ...
... other lesser dishes that we ate nonetheless.
The Christmas dinner was tended to after Christmas mass at one of Spain's only Roman Catholic churches. It being my first experience preparing every dish we made, nothing was absolutely perfect, but it was all pretty good, and I now know how to perfect them. The menu included: