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... mind too much. The sun was shining and I had a book to read. The only concern was would Winnie start or not. Someone’s car had failed to start in the queue near us and rescue came quickly so that calmed Sue a little. We eventually boarded and got a quick bite to eat before having a look around. Sue opted for watching a presentation on whales and porpoises/dolphins and I rested my eyelids. Afterwards we both had a snooze ...
... follow with my daily missal. There were 5 baptisms performed by the residing Bishop and 2 attending priests. Songs were led by a song leader with active participation from the melodic Spanish congregation. I was moved by the youth and young families active participation. The Cathedral was full. Following mass we gathered information at the tourism office. The temperature was 23 and the sun was shining for the fIrst time. ...
After 2 flights and over 24 hours of traveling, I have arrived in Northern Spain, in a beautiful city called Bilbao. Let me just tell you, America ain't got nothin' on these beautiful old Spanish cities. Everywhere you walk you see something more beautiful. It's my second day here, and we have just been doing orientation things and such. Tomorrow we are going on an excursion to a city on the beach, called Getxo. I am already falling in love with the city and I still have all ...
... was never another painting of the period that can match it, in my opinion. A friend had to grab my sleeve to alert me that the tour had moved on. I ran back with the last 15 minutes we had in the museum just to look at it some more.
When our visit to the Prado ended, and I left with my Las Meninas poster in hand, it was time to leave Madrid. I was sad to leave, as I was just starting to wrap my head around the city, but I was excited to start the long bus ride to the land of my ancestors – el Pais ...
... polly type of ride. That did not sound good to us and it was not. The waves were crashing and spraying along side the ship. The ship moved side to side, up and down. It was extremely hard to walk.
During the night, my makeup came crashing onto the floor from the makeup table. We were being tossed around the ocean like a cork. Finally around 5a we turned to go into a river to take us to Bordeaux, France.
Until next ...