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... has changed since. It is even still ringed by the great defensive wall installed by the Muslims in the 9th century (although I imagine it has been touched up a bit). Everything seems to be built from stones with a red or pink tone, and the colour of the whole town was changing every minute. This certainly warranted more than just a cursory snapshot! In the end I wore out a set of batteries and even caught Mel stretching out over walls to catch the ...
... of ham hanging everywhere made it look nothing like a US truck stop.
We spent most of our time in Albarracín. It is a beautiful little town up in the mountains with fortifications up above the town. The whole town is a National Monument. Our bus driver was nice enough to drive us up as far as he could so that our trek up to the fortifications wouldn´t be so arduous. Unfortunately, he stalled the bus several times on the ...
... domnu’ Dumitrescu ca ma prinde tauru’ si tot ma arde pa pept.
Doua saptamani m-o imbracat frate-miu ca nevasta nu sa atinge’ de mine.
Da sa stiti ca m-o sunat muierea aia Isabela si am obtinut contractul si o fost bine pana la urma.“
Intru-cat e criza mare in imobiliare, nu mai comentez, faceti si voi ce puteti… dar nu cred ca va va tine foarte mult in ritmul asta.
... all of which may or may not even happen. And if it doesn't happen, as was the case on Sunday, you go home at the end of the day and then try to talk yourself up the next morning all over again. And you never know if you should be cherishing something as your last. Will this be my last morning briefing? Should I take a picture? Is this my last day sitting at this table, with these people, looking out this ...
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