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... I work with at the adult school told me Wednesday night that the kids dress up Friday and so of course, Thursday we went costume shopping. Also similar to our Halloween, if you wait until a day before to buy your costume, there isn't much of a selection. Thankfully, Nolan had talked about wanting to be a pirate and there was one available. The accessories ...
... When we look at the
price list for the drinks, a big smile creeps upon our faces. Jugs of beer for
6 Euro. Sangria jugs 6 Euro. The best value of the night is the 3 litre 15 euro
fishbowls of cocktails. Long island ice tea cocktails to be precise. Added onto
that fact we learn that if you perform Karaoke you get a free shot of Tequila.
Didier and Pasqual get up and break the ice with a fantastic rendition of
Barbie girl. ...
... air, their wings almost completely closed. The castle stands pretty high and there were great views all around, but in the distance, where mountains rose blue on the horizon was smudge of dark grey-blue clouds and the unmistakable grey bands of heavy rain falling. It looked very dramatic, in our binoculars, seen against the sunlit farmland that stood in front.
The second castle was Castillo Penas Negras about 10kms on from ...
... Cathedral because of the excellent audio guide which is included in the 8 euros admission price.
The production values of the audio guide are evident and for me this guide with music and commentary made the cathedral come alive. There is so much to see here that you could literally spend all day walking around taking in sheer beauty of the decoration, the overall design and proportions, let alone take time to sit and contemplate. ...
... its walls. We wore our Camino shirts, the ones with the yellow arrow, and were greeted with "Buen Camino" from other pilgrims! We figured Avila must be on one of the other pilgrim routes to Santiago. The reason we came to Avila, the Convent de Encarnacion, where St. Teresa lived for 30 years, is outside the walls, so we drive there and walked through the very grounds where St. Teresa walked. The small museum Rosemarie ...