Sheraton Santa Maria de El Paular
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... bar and revisited Casa Revuelta for some cod. We then had some drinks at another bar before coho ping down on churro and liquid chocolate at Chocolateria San Gines. Yummy. Back to Sofia to view some galleries we had missed earlier. Cathy bought a book on Lopez her favourite artist. Long walk back to the hotel. Met the tour group then we all went to dinner at local ...
... freaked out more in my life!
Nat and I went to lunch with Tita, her aunt (not by blood but she grew up living with Amparo). I got so frustrated, I would tell Nat 'the phone says go this way' and she would do the opposite so I would say 'okay, get off at the next exit and then enter on the other side of the highway' she would say 'yes' and do nothing of it. The 20 minute drive took an hour and three-quarters! I wanted my last meal to be Spanish but we went to an ...
... t be seeing me anymore. Virginia gave me some computer things to learn Spanish with and wouldn't stop hugging me, she had tears in her eyes too. I went back to class, where someone had just failed their major project because they didn't staple their booklet - bit harsh. Then went to take photos of the school, only at that stage did I realise that I went to possibly the worlds ugliest school that closer resembled a mental institution - no ...
... was beautiful, but the florid ceilings stole the show. (Carol Ann liked the soldiers and horses in full armor). Next, we headed to the Catedral de la Almudena (cathedral of the Almudena) and lit a candle in prayer for Lief to get a new heart. After the cathedral, we walk to the highly recommended restaurant, El Sobrino de Botín. We were served an amazing lunch by ...
... to it that many of the rough hewn fortresses in Spain lacked. Although to be honest if someone was lobbing stuff on a catapult the walls it probably wouldn't be all that great knowing you were about to die in a very pretty fortress... Anyway it had all the fairy-tale, Disney-esque elements (towers: check, moat: check, slate roofed turrets: check, precarious position on rocky outcrop: check!) that made you want to go and buy a plastic (or even a metal!!!) sword ...