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... 8211; Shania Twain - Man I Feel
Like a Woman
Ash, Rod and Caroline – Sweet Caroline (
don’t know who sings that )
Ash and Alex – Eagle Eye Cherry – Save
Last but definitely not least
Ash and 10 others – Jon Bon Jovi – Living
on a Prayer.
Now……… that’s a lot of tequila. Most of it
did make its way into our fishbowls ...
... myself in a different way. It was
bout 10:30 by the time I got back to I stopped at starbucks and grabbed a late
and sandwich for lunch. Its so nice to be living in the middle of everything
where a cup of coffee is just a block away. When I got back me and Tamar talked
about the day and our plans for tomorrows epic soccer game. Its hard to believe
that it has been a week since we left Edmonton, I want time to stop and this
experience to last a life time. Spain is incredible.
... city, eat lunch, and be tourists. Toledo has impressive windy roads that climb ever higher, as it is built up on a large hill. overlooking the river. In the very center of the oldest portion, cars can't even drive through the roads. In these locations today, there is just a mess of tourists and artisan shops. Toledo is known for its swords. In nearly every shop in the tourist area, fans of swords were displayed. I even saw a sign that said "Toledo, the sword ...
... to the train station and off to Toledo! Toledo has grown in the past 40 years: now approximately 80,000 people live in the town and suburbs, but only 10,000 within the old city walls. This town is the "capital" of religion in Spain, the "most catholic town in Spain". The history is one of struggle between moorish and catholic influences, with Toledo being the first town in Spain, and most important, to be re-taken by ...
... hotter than Madrid because of the elevation and Toledo is very hilly so I had to carry my bags up a pretty giant hill. The directions weren’t the best and my sense of direction is awful so I ended up getting lost. I was dripping sweat, tired from not sleeping enough the night before, and still feeling under the weather. I wandered down this little street and this old Spanish man that spoke no English directed me in the right direction. I know enough Spanish to explain where I ...