Ciudad de Parla
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... to see, considering how many Americans feel they can't show that they care for someone, or make them feel really good about themselves. Something to think about, for sure!
Alma, the dog, has taken a liking to me, I think! When I walk in lately, she has been running up and licking my feet, or sitting with me on the couch in my lap. I am really glad they have a dog!
This week has been ...
... you may as well jump to the next paragraph (that includes you Lummo). What follows may just scramble your brain. Dali, of course is Spanish. This exhibit had over two hundred of his paintings, sculptures and drawings and even examples of his involvement in black and white cinema. We particularly loved his surrealist stuff. Not sure what he was on but it obviously worked. And Erin and Bellanto, we'll give you a few scrabble words but remember it's only a taster. The real ...
... weird to look or not you've already been staring like 15 seconds and Mom is starting to think that maybe she won't renew the subscription this year.
Alright now that I've gone way farther over the line than anyone ever should in the career-ruining world of the internet, I desperately need to change the subject. Bidets were a dangerous topic to start off on... Well whatever. As the absurdly uncreative title of my orientation book so ...
... Piņeiro. Would ya know - just down the road from the cottage is a place - I don't know if it's a town, but it has a sign - Piņeiro. It was just one building with a faded broken tile inlay saying 'Piņeiro'. And around the corner from that, on the main road, is Bar Piņeiro. I'm sure it has nothing to do with my family, but it was cool to see.
We drove to Bueu by following good signage! It's a bigger-than-expected small town on the next peninsula north of Vigo. ...
... to take, what we were going to do once we got there (visit monuments, museums, parks, and such), and which hostel we were going to stay at. I'm really excited to venture, once again, into a different city and to learn about its history... and it's for two days! Although, I am a bit let down that I will miss the bullfight this Sunday night (since we are returning back to Madrid late Sunday evening), I know going to Granada will be worth it.
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