Hotel Monte Real
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... great to see their different foods, and you could also get a salad if you wanted, with many different toppings. I got the main dish they were serving, while my friend got the same, but the other girl got a dish that was more known to Spain, and it looked amazing but had some red meat. She loved it though, and they put it on potatoes. It was nice to just sit, have a break, and talk to them about the trip, how they are enjoying it. I hadn't really gotten to see them as much,so I enjoyed ...
... on going directly to the artwork that we all came to see. The infamous Guernica by Picasso. The painting is 7.37m x 3.5m (approx). When I saw it, I gasped in awe as the artwork is all that I hoped for and more. The large format of the artwork enables for the dramatic impact It leaves on the audience. Both Paula and I are quite emotional as memories of Year 8 visual arts class comes flooding back to me. The artwork pays tribute to the innocent civilians ...
... so was crazy busy and everyone was trying to talk to me and introduce themselves and I was so awkwardly unprepared for the whole kiss on each check thing and kept going the wrong way. We walked up the stairs to our house which is dark but beautiful. As soon as I put my bags down we went to lunch. We had pumpkin soup, tuna salad, ham (dried) and tomato on fancy bread and gosh it tasted good! Even the tuna I didn't mind all that much. Typical me though doesn't have a massive appetite ...
... of spillage and a drink that resembles tequila slammers but a lot
more sharp. Megan and I tried a glass but the boys carried on. No-one all
holiday has questioned the children drinking and has appeared to actively encourage
it by giving them glasses of alcoholic liquid. I wonder if there is a drinking
age. We never enquired....the children wouldn’t let us! At this sidre bar we
were served little ...
We haggled with them a bit and ended up getting some shirts, bandanas, and a wine skin
Now that we looked like the locals (everyone was dressed in white with red bandanas around their neck)
we were ready to traverse the city and explore the actual path that the bulls would run on.
As we walked, we found some cheap wine to fill the wine skin with and started sharing it ...