Apartamentos Mayor Centro
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... but it has been around 90 degrees every day here, so touring 12-2pm was very hot.
After my class and tour, I grabbed a quick lunch to go and came back to my apartment. Tonight I need to pack and prepare for my Travel Seminar, because we leave for Barcelona tomorrow at 8am!
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... it all in. We made our way to Diego de Leon, about an hour's walk away from the park. Sue used to stay here when she studied abroad in Madrid forty years ago. We walked back to our hotel and went for a glass of wine before dinner. On our last night together, we actually had Thai food that was very good. We went back to the hotel early because Sue had to get up at 3:30 AM. ...
... served the ladies. We toasted to friendship, several times, and then toasted the two ladies -- one from Madrid and one from England -- who would be getting married in the next two months. The drink was very strong, kind of the level of grain alcohol, and very sweet. Then we turned on 1970s-80s dance music and danced until 2 a.m. The more we danced, the hotter we got, and we opened all the windows and doors to the building to ...
... it was a bus station. In the center of the city. From the looks of it, I was very much outside the city.
I looked over to the boy next to me and told him where I needed to be. He looked at me with a blank look on his face and then nervously giggled.
"Es muy lejos?"
I looked out the window and saw barren land - I felt like I was in an old western film.
"Where the **** am I?"
I hopped off ...
... did not see the final result, although there was not a huge difference between the test and control punnets.
One thing I wanted to do before leaving Spain was to visit one of the orchards to see how the cherries grew and were harvested. The orchard was pretty big and it was interesting to see that the varieties were spread out rather than grouped together. The cherries are covered by white nets to protect them from hail but allow for the colour to ...