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... It's very serious, dark and slow. The costumed processioners wear pointed hats and masks that remind us of the KKK. Apparently the Klan liked the religious association and the idea of being hidden. The Spanish are not too pleased by the association.
It was hard to stay good-bye to KC and Will, as they set off on their adventures. Luckily, our spring break had started, too, and we were off to our own exciting destination -- Morocco!
... the driver could get his car out. (hopefully Johan can find one of these photos.) In Navelmorales we saw a great sight where the lady had all her tidy whites on the front porch. Ouma w ould have been proud, I know for a fact that she did not display her white undies on a washing line in front of the house, but she had the same proudness in keeping whites, white as this lady had. Seeing overalls, tennis shoes and other laundry hanging from balconies made me realize how privileged ...
... mausoleum for monarchs 30 metres underground. There was one large one that looked like a roundabout, all white with names around the edge. This was for all the children who died before the age of 7.
Bern found a great jewellery shop up the street. A nice juxtaposition.
Onto Toledo to another second rate hotel overlooking the river and the city.
... was so I just pointed at any guy walking by. Bye bye!
Next I walked around, checked out shops, and had some lunch. I started feeling really under the weather so I ended up taking a siesta. Don't want to get sick again already! I have a feeling it's a combo of walking in the rain, sitting in an ER, and exhaustion. Sleep is just what I need.
Woke up, took a shower, and hit the town. Lots of people out tonight! Checked out ...
... when the music mixes with the rays of colored light that came in through the stained glass windows (the number of which I could't even count). I was in awe for sure standing inside my first gothic style european church. What blows my mind is that this one isn't even that famous!
Its hard to think architecture can beat what I saw today in Toledo, but from what my teachers have been telling me, Cordoba, Grenada, and Seville are even better! I guess I ...