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... younger cousins Jaime & Ignacio (I am in love with all of the traditional Spanish names). Fair play to all those parents out there, kids are mega hyper at bath time, but it was nice to see how well the boys' English was just by playing games. After dinner the children played for a bit and I got to talk to Breanna a bit more which was really nice and then we headed home.
... country. Everywhere we have been we have seen historical remnants, whether it was low stone walls dividing paddocks to churches and monasteries perched on hills in various stages of reconstruction or decay. Our irreverent catchcry became: look, there are some more 'Spanish things' and as you can imagine, this was pretty regular.
Tomorrow we arrive in Podgorica, Montenegro and we're looking forward to enjoying some Montenegrin 'things'.
(Accommodation: Melia ...
... minutes and four release forms later, we were on our way to starring in a Spanish promotional tidbit for the Varta company. Our part? Acting stupid and talking about Ford cars. It doesn't get more stereotypical American than that. But definitely an experience. And, the best part is that we did it all in Spanish-we got to give their translator a little break. On the way home we encountered the streets filled with police and protesters. ...
... meet out the front, I thought I’d taken
too long and she would be waiting out the front. Nope, she got as trapped as I did and came out with a bunch of stuff.
After going back to the shop where Brit saw some shoes that she wanted to get, it was over
to where I found something. Plain black boots, with the tip so pointy, much pain could be inflicted if I chose to do so. 80€, ******* ...
... is the magnificent choir, with two tiers of carved walnut seats and many sculptures. The stalls in the lower tier were carved by Rodrigo Alemán in 1495 and feature 54 reliefs of scenes from the reconquista (the expulsion of the Muslims from Spain) in great detail. Each seat shows the defeat of a different village. In the Treasure Room is a 500-pound, 10-foot high, 15th-century gilded monstrance. Made of solid silver, ...
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