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... this town had quite the charm. October 31st - Off to Valencia It is about an hour into my train ride and so far no one has been around to check our tickets, which means I could possibly be on the wrong train to another destination, can't do anything about it now though so I will just hope for the best. Today's journey will take a little over 7 hours, too bad the weather has not been cooperating with me again. By the afternoon the rain and fog ...
... a Falafel & this Chocolate Wheat cake for dessert. It's TO DIE FOR. I could go there everyday, but I constrict myself to 2 or 3 times a week. (Overdoing it?).
I'm off to the Pyrenees Mountains on my first school trip on Monday! I'm not sure what we are going to be doing all week, but I'm excited for the week off and opportunity to see Northern Spain. I think it's amazing that FSU takes us to different places during ...
... two teams have become political statements regarding the future of the Spanish state. These needs to establish autonomous identity and national identity has caused the sport to become of greater societal importance. We hope to use this societal and political push to greatly benefit our path of investment.
Our first avenue of investment will be directed towards soccer merchandise. We have decided ...
... and whipped cream. It was delish but so rich I couldn't eat it all.
Tuesday is my busy day of class. I went to my first class and then met mom for lunch in the plaza. We ate at this really nice place I've been to before but it was really good, even though the jamon wasn't what mom was expecting (she's obsessed with Spanish ham). We walked around a little bit but I had class again at 3:20 so I had to get back.
My class took us on a field trip to ...
... to miss home a bit, as wonderful as everything has been. Yesterday I talked to a couple from Baltimore who happened to be at my cafe. Other than that, I have not run into many folks from the US. Some of the Argentinians were singing songs/anthems on the bus. I was tempted to break out into a stirring rendition of the "Beer Barrel Polka" but decided against it. :)