Hotel El Rancho
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... management for the fist 30 years, after that I will only say "it is not my problem any more, let the next 10 generations worry about it." Luckily the Roman Catholic Church had more money than the queen of England so fitting the bill was no issue...if we only had clients like that. On our way out of town we spotted an old bull fighting ring, I have no idea how old it was, but we had to stop to take pictures. Because everything was closed we drove to the highest ...
... music. The emotion carried on her face was very powerful and the audience would clap and shout throughout the dance as is tradition. It was definitely the most authentic Spanish experience I have had so far. A night of culture for sure.
Its difficult to talk about going to these places without getting into the history behind them, so hope that all wasn't too boring. I don't have much else to talk about this week as I'm really just spending the weekend ...
... enjoy a jazz session on a stage below the aqueduct.
This is our last night, and as a special farewell just for us, the city has put on a firework display. Of course, it’s at midnight, so we are obliged to stay up to watch the spectacular pyrotechnic show bursting over the ancient city walls. I guess this will have to replace our 4th. of July fireworks on the golf course in Miami ...
... it is SO GOOD!! The rest of the night I just enjoyed a couple cervezas (beers) with my host parents and talked about sports, difference between typical Spanish and American dishes and lots of other random things. I love having conversations like these with my parents because it helps my Spanish-speaking confidence and vocabulary improve greatly.
Check out my photos and hasta maņana (until tomorrow)!
... language skills were put to the test! Also, I instantly began learning the customs of Spain (including kissing both cheeks, not only when you meet someone, but every SINGLE time you see someone you know). Everyone was very warm and welcoming, and also, incredibly confused by my combination of blonde hair with tan skin lol.
After I took a late siesta, I spent the rest of the night with my host parents and their friends at El Bar de As (Ace ...