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sculptures made of stone and plaster. The streets in Toledo were most
narrow that I have seen so far in any city. Some were so narrow that it
would be difficult to fit two people side by side in them. However the
architecture is relatively similar to that of Madrid with a more gothic
feel. Toledo is also known for its incredibly well crafted knives. There
is something about the ...
... been one of the wettest and longest lasting rainy seasons they've had in quite some time. This quarter, which is my last as a UCD undergraduate student, I'm taking 4 classes and an internship. With classes on monday/tuesday/wednesday/thursday for 3 hours a day, there's very little to complain about, particularly since they're on Spanish Cinema, Art, Literature, and Society, all of which I'm absolutely in love with.
My favorite thing about travelling, particularly ...
... we were all so tired and cold by this point. When we left the bus wasn't there and we found out that it had a flat tire. We had to hang out in this small town for an hour and a half which out us behind schedule. We drove to our next place and had a delicious lunch and then had a tour of the small town. It got dark and colder. We made it back to Madrid at 10:00 which got me home at 10:30 which was 3 hours later than we were supposed to. The bus driver wasn't very good at ...
... and a creamy green sauce (not sure what was in it, though – I would have failed if I was on Masterchef!). Dessert was a flourless chocolate cake (though it seemed to have something else in it to bulk it up – it had a strange consistency) with orange sorbet.
The next day we had a short walking tour of Porto to get our bearings. It is a beautiful city, though it doesn’t seem like there’s an incredible amount to do. I had imagined Porto to be this ...
... In this instance, the mule tenders played the rodeo clown role, distracting the bull until the horse could be removed. I have no clue as to the condition of the quadruped victim.
The banderilleros follow, carrying barbed spears decorated with small floral banners (“banderilla” is Spanish for “little flag”). Even though the bull is bloodied at this point, he still retains a remarkable reservoir of vigor. One by one, ...
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