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Travel Blogs from Magaz de Pisuerga
... I can't wait! Thanksgiving was so
special spending it with my friends from Spanish classes in Madrid, and
now Christmas will be so special spending it with my brother in Munich!
PS I have many photos to post but it takes a while to upload them all (I can only upload one at a time). In the meantime, here is a link to the album on Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set =a.637026869683651.1073741825.100001290 312257&type=1&l=4ca7a014cc
... t done i woke up and find that the sky still dark. The dream is about i find a treasure in the Egypt, i don't know the specific position but i know that the treasure is in Egypt and near the Pyramids. I don't know what means about this dream. I don't want to believe it, but it always disturb me when i fall asleep. Who can tell me, what should i ...
... living with us in our home stay), Marv, and I walked over to Rayas (again!) to get some ice cream. I had some vanilla-based type with cookies and chocolate in it which was so good! My fav by far. We walked over to the supermarket my professor had taken my class to the week before to buy fresh fruit, but it had already closed! We were so bummed. No problem though. We walked back in the (almost) 100 degree whether, ...
... feel disappointed in the American culture when it comes to soccer. There was so much excitement, and the fans did not stop singing/chanting/yelling for the duration of the game. Even though Sevilla FC lost 2-1, the Sevilla fans still cheered and supported their team after the game.
Day Two in Sevilla - Sunday, 5/19
On Sunday, we all woke up early to walk down to the river and eat churros con chocolate with our directors, Miguel and David. These ...
... and palace with some sections dating back to 900AC! These parts of Spain were under Moorish rule till roughly the 15th century, after which the Christians conquered back their land. So, much of the Alcazar grounds and buildings are a lovely mix of Muslim (Nasri) and Christian Iberic culture. Very different to the Alhambra in Granada, were certainly a highlight for us and for everyone visiting Seville. Highly recommended.
By the time we ...
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