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... awesome roadside restaurant called La Simba. It served real food and it was packed. Its probably famous and was a welcome change to the Autogrill stop that we painfully endured the other day. The food at Autogrill is atrocious. At La Simba, we were able to buy fresh fruit from a fruit vendor, eat real sausages and meat cooked on request in an open fire pit. I wish I could read Spanish because the food that ...
... nap while I drag Ryan to the pharmacy nearby for more Ibuprofen; I was down to four Vicoden and wanted to save those for when I really needed it. The pharmacist took one look at my swollen ankle and started asking Ryan all sorts of questions. (It might have been a bit swollen at the time. Like three times it’s normal size.) After promising that I would be going to my doctor as soon as we got home, she gave ...
... There is a small lake there where people can rent rowboats and hang out on the water. I really want to do that, but since I was alone - and I'm not about to row! - I'll have to go back. One of my roommates is an ex-Marine, and I think I'm going to make him and another roommate go with me so he can row us around. There were several free museums in the park, and there are several fountains and monuments, and ...
... lightly at one point. We were glad that it wasn’t raining at least. We then walked up to the nearby Mapfre foundation gallery which was showing a collection of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist paintings from the Musée d’Orsay in Paris. Since this is my favourite period of art, we decided we should go see it. The line was huge and it took us about an hour to get in which seems to be typical of any free sight. We really felt like we were standing with ...
... museum, so famous works there were by Claude Monet, Auguste Renoir, Edgar Degas, vinvent Van Goh, and paul Gauguin. Oddly enough amidst all of the European art was an American Landscape artist, Frederic Church, who was one of the favorites of all four of us. On the 8th we had to catch a high speed train (AVE here in spain) to Barcelona, but we managed to squeeze in some paintings from the Reina Sofia museum. In this museum we did just look at the ...
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