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... park, she told us that parks like these you usually pay to go in.
There are 129 stairs going up to the top...yes, I counted!
After the park, Marta and I came back to my place for tacos and sangria! I was craving the tacos since they dont usually eat them in Spain. We had fun hanging out and watching a movie, and getting ready for our trip to ...
Last Sunday we went to Garrapinillos which is where the grandparents country house is. I finally remembered the name!! We got to pick the olives from the trees:)
It was quite like picking almonds from the trees. This time they werent as easy to pick. We climbed the trees a bit and used a stick to hit the branches to make the olives fall. It was fun though. Its pretty awesome to have ...
... by ruins and I was able to take pictures. Today, we went down to the ruins and into the museum that tells about the ruins. They were once for the Roman theater. Later when Spain was at war, the stones were taken from this structure to build a wall. It was therefore destroyed. There was a guide that told us some of the story. The tour was made for kids. The tour guide had the kids using masks and musical instruments from the time to show some of ...
... kids eating candy ect during the walk. Since it is such a small neighborhood, there doesnt seem to be any concern with checking candy. Some people even gave out cookies, and open licorice.
Afterwards, we came back to our place with everyone for a potluck/party. We spent all day decorating for it. The place looked really well done! and the food was delicious.
Ill be able to put more pictures up once I get them from one of the parents:)
... stores. I ended up getting a couple of dresses that you wear with legging.
Friday was a tough day with the kids. They just would not listen. Even after getting in trouble for it. They tried using the "I dont understand" comment when they clearly do. Hopefully it was just an off day.
Saturday (today) is the start of Pilar. Pilar is this big festival in Zaragoza to honor the patron saint of the city. It lasts a full week I think. Sara has invited me ...