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... restaurant he
ducked into in town was full. “What do you mean by full. Don’t they have a
waiting list? I don’t mind waiting if we have to.”
I guess it doesn’t really work that way in Spain. When a
restaurant is full on a weekend or a holiday in a somewhat touristy town like
Alcala that means everyone is going to occupy their tables over many courses
until the lunch hour ends around 4:30 or so. Yes, people in Spain may ...
... the food, and there were cameras all over the place and we weren't entirely sure when they had the cameras pointed at us or not. Before eating, they asked me and Charlie to move over so that the host could sit to my right-- and he sat there the whole time! The cameras were pointed at him obviously for most of the time but I'm pretty sure I got in a few shots. He'd ask us some questions about the food and what we expected and we'd answer. I was ...
... son and his fiance came over around lunch time. First of all the whole family went to a bar where they drank and had a few side dishes. This was from two to three and they were standing and talking the whole time. Then at 3 we came back to the house and till 4:30 when I was finally able to escape because of a different trip they were eating lunch and talking with each other. The Spanish people surely do love their meals ...
... my dancing at Hanoi, but nothing is as relaxing as casually enjoying a glass of wine and tapas at a cafe with my friends.
Yesterday, we went on a tour of Madrid and walked around to different locations in the city, and I have never seen somewhere so beautiful. Everything seemed historic and cultural. There were performers, similar to New York, but some of ...
... cheers complete with drums and low grunts made to resemble the vikings! By kickoff, the stadium was completely full with cheering, drunk, fans. Nearly every single one wore a jersey. Me and my Butler friends bought scarfs to try to fit in a little better, but it was still pretty obvious we were not used to the cheering and carrying on I'm afraid. Nevertheless, we had an amazing time at the game, and it wasn't too hard to see the action that was going on. I could even make ...