La Casona del Pio
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... to pay for tolls. (That is our justification for the armful of bags we tried to sneak into the apartment!)
Lily had to have those very cute clothes from Zara baby too. She really doesn't have any hope with her older sisters encouraging her shopping sprees!
While we are at shopping the boys plus Tess went to play skittles. That seemed way more exciting than the shops to her. Clint was glad she made that choice. They had a great time & lots ...
... school and other points of interest along the way. We get to a look out over the ocean. The wind is blowing. Mac assures me the view from the top is worth getting cold and wet. He chooses to stay in the car with Lily.When I imagined the view on a clear day, it was worth it.
We stop on the way home at a bar/restaurant for a pre lunch drink & to sample some traditional Spanish 'chicken broth' ( I forget ...
... to checkout the sales. The rest of us continue our walking tour of the city, lolly shop and beach.
We are all enjoying having different company and new conversations. Lily is getting lots of attention and cuddles. She is able to have her play time on a mat on the floor for the first time in 6 weeks. Although she does learn quickly that when she rolls over and bumps her head on ...
... gets dark. We stop for dinner and face time Leana. We are just over 2 hours away. Andrew has discovered our plan but the kids have no idea.
She has organised for us to go into the apartment. She sends through directions and we hit the road again.
Lily is fed and is coping well. We put her on her tummy at each stop and let her kick and wriggle her crazies out. It is a lot to ask of her to sit in that car seat for 10 hrs+ but with the help ...
... country in an apartment with a family I don't know, basic stuff yeah? Oviedo is sorta unique in the way things work here. For one, ************e speaks English. My host brother speaks it only because he lives in Germany and had to speak it there. But other than that, my host parents don't understand a single word of it apparently. So that's been a challenge. Also, the family norms here are very different to me. Especially ...