Ad Hoc Parque Hotel
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We completed the first week of school with generally VERY positive attitudes, homework energy and even some "awesomes" about certain teachers and art class. On Monday, Henry bravely gave a "slideshow" of photos from his home and California, and became Star of the Week in his class. Doug loves his morning walks to school with the boys -- a unique chance to hold on to this time while we are still their number 1 friends in Spain. ...
I'm a bit late to this blog, but figured I would give it a try. Deb seems to have covered most of the travel details to this point, so maybe I'll just give my overall impressions of Spain.
That's a good division of labor for us anyway because I have very little idea of where we've been since we arrived a couple weeks ago. I just drive the car where I'm told to go. Deb, bless her heart, reads the maps and navigates, or "nagivates" as we ...
... am used to.
I don't think that I would have lasted a week here without the ability to speak to them and ask questions of them in English.
There are some things about Spain that I am good with, for instance it is really cool to not be the shortest person in the room. They honestly could have shot Lord of the Rings here without special effects, because the place is crawling with 41/2ft to 5ft hobbits, and it is so cute to see a ...
... Glenda's gone back to the hotel for a massage and I'm sitting having a red tea at Jacob's. Jacob and I visited the museo bellas artes and saw some Goya, Velasquez and El Greco, among a huge amount of religious work. We then hit the shops again and a bite to eat and are now back at Jakes. It has just started raining and they apparently haven't had rain for months. Jacob's Scottish flat mate is beside ...
... part way through my day of biking, and encountered the best paella in Spain in the Plaza la Reina at a place called PicoFino that sat just outside the cathedral. (Keep in mind I'm only comparing Barcelona and Valencia, and within that only the few places I ate at, so you may be able to challenge me on this one.) I also tried the "melon con jamon" that Jen had mentioned was good. It's serrano ham wrapped around chunks of melon. I have to say the jury is still out on that one. ...