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... but hot chocolate here is like liquid hot fudge! Warm and delicious!!!
On our walk home, caught a glimpse of the city lights behind me, and that is when I finally fell in love with this place. I am so blessed to have this opportunity, and I am so excited to see what the next few months have in store for me!
*For the record, all restaurants here are called bars, because they all serve alcohol.
... colombus discover the new world, and the loot had to come into spain some how... this was the spot!
So we saw the Cathedral St Mary (the Seville Cathedral that everyone talks about), and it is a big player when it come to churches, it would deffinently be in the heavy weight division. We saw the Torre del Oro a gold tower (which has since been stripped of Gold) showing the wealth of this port ...
... br> Lesson learned and then it was a quick stop at a department store where we came across a whole section of Flamenco dresses which we had noticed elsewhere- Sheila approached the sales assistant who explained that for Feria de Seville, which happens after Easter, everyone dresses up in flamenco outfits. They were gorgeous ...
I am so very lucky and so blessed. God has given me many wonderful people in my life and if you are reading this, chances are you are one of them. Tonight I said goodbye to a very special person who has been a part of my life for 6 short weeks. In that brief blink of an eye, she has touched my heart and filled my soul with sunshine, laughter, curiosity, and support. I am talking about my ...
Spending the night studying. The verbos ser and estar for those of you that have studied or speak spanish. One of the more difficult aspects of the spanish language.
Christy and I stopped by the market and got olives, cheese, ham and bread. We sat on the terrace and enjoyed.