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... we were about to leave when she came outside carrying pillows which she insisted we sit on, as the benches were wet. It was such a sweet act of humanity and it was a shame that all we could say was hola and Gracias when we felt so appreciative. We were blown away again by the beautiful scenery, especially the sunflowers. Their yellows and light greens break through the browns of the other crops. We ...
... br> Unusually hot today. Heat wave throughout Europe this week. Thank goodness room has air con.
After a a nap to refresh, walked to plaza in cool of evening.. Found a delish tapas bar. Enjoyed with vino tintos. Then explored the town under night lights. Most impressive architecture of baroque, gothic, and modernista . Ended the evening on the steps enjoying cones under a full moon. Best chocolate ice cream ever. Will repeat maņana !
... some old ruined farmhouse overlooking the drying expanse of Spain's largest natural lake. Whilst munching on fuet sausage, cheesecake and doughnut peaches, along with natural cider from the Pyrenees, we were thrilled by lightning over the hills in the distance.
Once gain Kathy's research takes us to another "undiscovered gem" this town of Teruel. It features towers built by the Mudejah people - Moorish people ...
... a five minute walk to the entry to the walkway to the walled city and of course a few hundred steps to walk up within the city. The castle consisted of a good strong wall which - with the natural rock- basically contained the old city. There were a couple of turrets and we had had views from higher up than the towers already that day so we felt no great desire or need to walk a further vast distance uphill to walk around a wall. The city itself did ...
... shoes suck) he seemed to make a couple of friends -- one Jorge and one whose name he hasn't deciphered. The toughest thing so far seems to be the adjustment to school at all -- given our extra long summer and our adoption of the late Spanish dinner hour.
Overall, the school seems very enthusiastic about its students and about its community. What they lack in being information providers (we still don't completely know the school calendar, each boy's ...