Hotel Adriano Sevilla
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... out, but we had to feign illness just so he would stop talking his guff to us.
The bus ride to Seville was pleasant enough and after I won myself a lollypop by pointing out a big black bull billboard by saying "OLE!!!" we stopped off in the Plaza del Espana (which is where they shot the battle scenes from the Naboo capital in Star Wars Episode 2!) The Plaza has a fountain in the middle surrounded but a lake inside the compound, which is set in a ...
... that in Canada. The other highlight was seeing the beautiful flamenco dresses with so many different colours and patterns. Sophia and Meredith enjoyed the dancing and the dresses too, but the things they were most excited about were eating cotton candy for the first time and staying up until midnight!
In other news we had a dip in morale a few weeks ago. The intense heat, our small apartment, and the girls and I spending all day together while Andrew worked a lot were a ...
... a way of training knights to fight on horse back. The museum including many costumes, pictures and also a whole section on duels - with pistols included. There were some pretty strict codes of conduct when it came to dueling. I guess it was outlawed here after somebody shot a Prince.
We loved Ronda - a great place to wander and most of the tourists disappeared on buses after about 4. We found a very unique tapas bar - only 4 tables. Fortunately, I had read about it ...
... Pelayo had again, called to arms. His statue stands tall, overseeing the area which in its self is quite impressive. However, nothing can out do the chapel constructed in a cave on the face of the mountain side seemingly suspended above the cascading waterfall. The noise of the water crashing into the pool below forced the priest holding communion (which was underway when we arrived) to use a microphone to be heard. The prayers echoed through the valley as they had done for ...
... States do people use inches, feet (12 inches), and miles (5280 feet). Apparently we're too damn cool for a consistent easily understood measurement system.
Also, what Americans call a billion (1,000,000,000) is called a mil millones (a thousand millions), and what Americans call a trillion (1,000,000,000,000) is called a Billon. I wonder how many problems that's caused during international business ventures. ...