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... 8217;s what I got – in spades. And that’s what I needed to take me home. A headful of art, so I could be inspired as I walked into my studio off Main Street and contemplated what I would create this year.
So I’m home. I had a wonderful summer. I can tick off all the boxes. Good learning and great connections at EuViz in Berlin. Two and a half wonderful, romantic weeks with my sweetie in France, with happy visions of trips to come. ...
... unusual for Emirates). Flight was good apart from the long gap between the two meals. We had a short wait at Dubai, but thankfully no terminal change, then on to Madrid, arriving at 19.30. Onto the Metro, with two changes to Atocha and a few minutes walk to our minuscule hotel room. We slept well but were up early.
... t find anyone, and we have made incredible friends. I wasn’t going to let
the frustration from the night before ruin that. When we got to class, we had
our distribution of grades. First we got the grades from Cecilia’s culture class.
I did really well and was happy when I received an A- in the course. Cecilia is
definitely one of my favourite teachers I have ever had. Its so inspiring to
come across someone who is so passionate about ...
... these ancient edifices were incredibly beautiful and full of original works of art. After another bus ride we arrived in the city of Segovia. Segovia is the site of aquaduct built by the Romans at the beginning of the first century. The amazing thing about this ancient structure is that it was build of 50,00 enormous stones all without use of mortar of any kind. It provided water to Segovia until the mid 19 century. After viewing the aquaduct we enjoyed ...
... James is a kiwi that's lived in Spain for the last 3 years. His wife is from here. He was a lawyer, then TV director, now, in a more fitting job, food blogger and tour guide. Hmm...I've pondered if I'd be good at food blogging and being a tour guide. I also worry if I can make a good enough living off that. ?
OK, guys, maybe Prado museum tomorrow. I think I have a flamenco show in the evening. We'll see what tomorrow brings.