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... a fan is attracted by the colors of a jersey, he is subconsciously more willing to support that specific team. The true and initial colors of a team are so symbolic, that when true rivalries are present, the teams insist on wearing their original jerseys, and it doesn’t matter if the colors are similar.
For example, FC Barcelona’s second kit, which is called the ‘senyera’ represents the colors of the flag of Catalunya. This is a ...
... the best of us and we signed up for yet another pub crawl. We must have a death wish or something. On a whim, I asked the guy who was putting on the pub crawl if we could get a discount because we had become some sort of regulars and we surprisingly saved 4€. What a hero! Initially, I was just kidding but it actually worked out. Man, I am so good at networking when I have sangria. I'll have to remember that when I need to find a job this school year. BONTOBLOGGING: Free is ...
... the Residencia de Estudiantes in Madrid. This is a famous old school that used to teach the likes of Federico Garcia Lorca, Salvador Dali, Luis Bunuel, and Severo Ochoa, some of the most famous figures in early 20th century Spanish history. The Residencia was one of the most advanced schools in Europe at the time paving the way for a new style of teaching based in sciences and free-thinking. It had many practical project-based activities to accompany studies, ...
... was almost right! Our guidebook says it was ‘the headquarters of the Spanish Inquisition.’ And that may have been so. The site had a painting museum, architecture museum, royal palace, royal crypt housing all but 2 dead Spanish Kings and some Queens (only moms of kings are admitted), basilica, AWESOME library, monastery and school, but not a single mention of the Inquisition. So, in retrospect, that may have been a ...
We arrived in Seville to be greeted by 104 degree temperatures....Seville is also known as the frying pan of Europe, I can't argue with them on that one! 104 is hot anyway you look at it. We took a taxi to the hotel from the train station. The hotel was the Best Western Cervantes. We checked in and dropped our bags off in the room and headed out to see some sights. I am first to admit that I have no map reading skills at all, Joe is the map reader ...