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... I saw were so well done, I didn’t even know that they were real
people. And koodos to them too because it was so hot out and they were able to
stand so still with their (sometimes big) costumes on.
We spent some time on the beach of course. I didn’t go
swimming but there were a lot of people in the water. The weather is always
nice. Hector told me that during the winter ...
... to fall to the Christians in 1492. The stucco work inside is magnificent in its complexity and the area it covers. The tiled walls too were colourful and with the stained glass that was originally installed would have made a fantastic sight. However it fell into disrepair when the moors were routed and the furniture and many fittings robbed and used to heat the peasants who lived in the region. Finally recognised for its importance and magnificence, it was restored and is now ...
... aggressive but that did not stop us from doing well. We got to play against and with a player, Lydia, who had won the gold medal at the World Juniors a couple years ago and also play against a player, Paola, who will be a freshmen next year at CSUN and knows former AHS player Kristine McGee. You may see Paola at our pool during the school year with Kristi as they plan to come train with us during winter break.
After the scrimmage we ...
Barcelona was far and away my favorite visit of this trip. A city unlike any other, Barcelona, and the surrounding region, Catalonia, are wedded more to Spain by geography than by culture. Catalonia has recently been trying to acquire independence from Spain in an effort to recapture Catalan identity in the years following a brutal Spanish dictatorship, as well as reclaim their own destiny from what they view as an oppressive government ...
... and this was its first visit to the Catalan capital so it had brought all its friends. Cardona was also of special significance this year because it was the last place to fall in 1714, after the siege of Barcelona in the war of Spanish Succession.
In total there were to be 13 giant, dwarf or dance troops in the parade and we didn't think we'd seen any of them before, so we made sure that we were waiting at the junction of La Rambla and ...