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... was being her usual self and had us cracking up through out dinner, almost making choke on my water. Something about clothes pins and underware, we'll never know ;) We had dessert and made our last cheers to a wonderful trip, and great friends made along the way! Just when we thought it was the last time we'd see Juan and Estela, we missed our train to Madrid! We got lost going to the train station more than once and Juan was not very familiar with the area. I think ...
... It was a lot of fun to watch. I threw a few flowers myself and it was kind of fun to throw flowers at total strangers.
Just as we were about to leave, we heard a boom and a fireworks display began at the far end of the avenue. It was a really nice display; however, there was something strange about it -- it wasn't very dark yet. It was sort of dusk, but you could definitely see all around quite clearly and ...
... that it would be easy finding somewhere but we hadn't expected the 'Spanish' holiday rush and we couldn't find anywhere within our budget. We finally had to take a room in a rather more upmarket hotel for the night, the Gijon Hotel, where for the price, the rooms were not that good and we decided that we'd try and find something else the following day. But for now, it was just good to take a shower and relax. We wandered out ...
... wobbly block.
After the museum, we met up with Emilio and Sandra at a fancy beach side
resturant. We ate some kind of small eels, the size of worms, with
delicious shrimp. They kept assuring us that the little eels were
wonderful, but they really weren't that great, more like little chicken
flavored worms. The other sea food dishes and lentil soup were great.
After lunch we layed out on the beach, which was very windy and turned ...
... about the already-decorated plaza for the Pope is that there is a large statue of Jesus and next to him is a cartoonish looking turtle, dragon, and demon beast. Must be new biblical characters in the new book by that ever crazy Judas. After exploring the city, we returned home for some siesta time before getting ready to head out to celebrate Marta's birthday. For dinner we enjoyed some tapas, including shrimp, squid, patatas bravas and lots of meat ...