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... in Friday afternoon, we walked over to Plaza de España- a beautiful plaza that was used for some sort of Spanish-American convention and has every province of Spain represented. After its original use, it was used to film scenes from Star Wars and The Dictator! Ian and Jeanette had to leave around 4, so we grabbed lunch with them and then went to the hostel to take a nap. Later, we walked back over to the film site for GoT and saw a camera guy ...
... wedding of my kids’ dad and his partner. Joe and Tim
have been together for 20 years, and have waited for Washington State to get
with the program. I am so proud of them and of our family, and the journey from
ignorance to enlightenment. The same day my youngest grandson Theo turned 2. I
had sent a package from Barcelona which arrived the previous day. But this is
the first important birthday I wasn’t there for. ...
Looks like mum is providing almost daily updates on her activities. It's nice to keep in touch. Mum says: Saturday- Spent the full day that was warm and windy on a bus seeing the highlights of Lisbon than travelling along the Atlantic Ocean to a beautiful and historic mountain town. In the evening saw a show whilst enjoying dinner. Sunday- Spent the day driving to Seville in Spain. The temperature hovered around 34 degrees. Found that the shops are closed on Sundays throughout ...
... It is basically just red wine with either plain soda or lemon/orange flavored soda served over ice. Very refreshing and not a surprising drink given the climate (we won't share current temperatures, needless to say they are nice...). Carrying on in our travels we covered some good ground to reach Plaza Espana, built in the 1920s for the Ibero-American exposition. The plaza is beautiful, red brick and intricately painted tiles with a large fountain ...
Drank coffee in a cafe waiting for my train. The TV was tuned to a talent variety show full of Spanish impersonators. Great way to get me giggling. Neil Diamond, USA for Africa, a burly man acting like Brittany Spears...it felt like I was in japan for a split second.
Got into Sevilla in the early afternoon. Checked in to my hostel which is a pretty cool place. It's run by four Australian brothers. They make dinner every night for the guests. ...