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... tart shop/café in the area of Belém.
For dinner the three of us joined in an all-you-can-eat tapas event organised by the hostel jointly with some other hostels nearby. There ended up being quite a large group. We were taken on a walk to the tapas bar, which was almost unnoticeable on the street (it wasn't a touristy place), led upstairs and then organised into groups standing up at small circular tables. Plates of tapas were brought round to us, along with ...
when I do it will be epic. After a quick coffee and wandering around with our
friends, me and Tamar made it back to our apartment. We just relaxed and took a
quick siesta before our dinner. A few of the kids from san fransisco organized
the entire group to go out together since we had yet to make it happen. Me and
Tamar got ready a “pre-gamed” with a few glasses of wine. Pre game is a new concept
we are learning from our American friends that requires us ...
... are knives and swords and armour for sale everywhere. I bought some kitchen knives to augment my set, single forged and wrapped for travel. Could have picked up Excalibur or Frodo's blade for a song. We wandered on, searching for the Jewish sector of the city. Ghettos were common when Spain had Christian, Muslim and Jewish people living together. After the Reconquista and during the Inquisition, Jews were expelled from Spain and Muslims were made to convert ...
... Good Friday in my little town, Priego, was probably the most anticipated day of Mom's visit during Semana Santa. We followed the long procession, to accompany Jesus carrying his cross, on a trek to "Cavalry" (Priego's church on the hill). That spectacle was a prime example of Spanish machismo. The men were forcefully pushing, shoving, and hip-checking each other in order to get a shoulder underneath the supports of the float and carry Jesus up the hill. ...
Today I took a day trip to Toledo. I was drawn there by La Convivencia, a historical period of coexistence between Jews, Muslims, and Christians. I spent the day walking around the city in the intense heat, surrounded by thatch-roof buildings, narrow streets, and an abundance of religious imagery. If ...