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Hola We managed to get into a normal routine today after a reasonable nights sleep . Have already seen some amazing pieces of architecture , including of course several churches - and one fairly awesome cathedral complete with a set of nuns in white habits The locals are moderately tolerant of our poor language skills and ...
... 8217;s are involved!
We agreed to meet after we checked out from our apartment. The
only catch was that we had to get the luggage to the hotel before meeting with
her. John took a taxi, Elyse, and 10
bags of luggage to the hotel. The other
three kids and I were going to use the metro and meet him downtown. AFTER he left, I realized that I had all
passports, credit cards, and cash. How
was he going to check ...
... waved off the second and had instructed the driver on our destination before he had the door open for us. He asked if he could book us another restaurant and assured us it would be done. Legend. Outstanding artist. Master at his craft. We taxied due North to Charmartain station. Week day and just after 9am busy roads, business men in suits riding superbikes, stylishly dressed women with cigarettes hanging from their mouth talking loudly into ...
... much trouble finding work. Didn't look Spanish enough, even if she'd lived her whole life here.
There's an interesting thing about Granada that the lady at the front desk told me when I first came here - tapas is almost always free in Granada. You just have to pay for the drinks. I don't really drink, so this doesn't work out all that well for me but I might have been willing to pay for half a glass of wine to try some tapas. You don't ...
... and have heard so much about it over the years from my Spanish students that I added it to my list of things that I wanted to do. Knowing that I would become unemployed from the second week of September, I spent some time in the summer considering what to do next. The idea to do the camino came to me one day while I was swimming (my only fitness "training" I have done for this). Lap after lap the idea grew in size and grandeur until, by the time I completed the usual 50 or so laps, I ...