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... and then figure out how to send them next week. I hope everyone is having a good fall and remembered to set the clocks back this past weekend. Spain did it the weekend before. And I can't wait to try and watch the election results tomorrow!! :) I feel so cool that I was actually able to vote this time. I know this is a long blog this time. I'll try and write again before going to Andalusia so there won't be so much the next time.
... d'Orsay, Versailles, Notre Dame, Shakespeare and Company, and the Luxembourg Gardens. We had cheese fondue and drank wine out of baby bottles in Montmartre, we enjoyed midnight in Paris and the sparkling of the Eiffel Tower. We met up with the Nandas and had an incredible time with them. With the Nandas we went to dinner twice, and had amazing meals! The first was a great restaurant with French cuisine and the second was Le Grand Mosquee. The second night ...
... of other countries the way I do of Canada or the USA - there are plenty of immigrants here in Spain too, and they speak Spanish, just as immigrants in North America have to speak English.
Having walked pretty much everything, I made it a short day and returned to my hostel. This hostel is a bit crowded for my tastes, but it's awesome. Free paella for dinner one night, free spaghetti another, and churros with chocolate every day for breakfast.
... however was a little dissappointing being much smaller than we were expecting and most of the limited information on display was in Spanish so we relied on our very brief Lonely Planet description for information. The carvings of Roman emperor Augustus giving gifts to Egyptian Gods were very good though. After the temple we revisited the park from this morning and had a very relaxing picnic lunch under ...
... out of tradition.
We visited four tapas bars during our tour which gave us a fine sampling of different tapas, as well as different sangrias and cervesas. Any trip to Spain should also be an ongoing tapas experience. With the wide variety of tapas and the diversity of style in cuisine, no two tapas restaurants should ever be alike, unless you find something you really like! However, vegetarians should not have much of a picnic due to a lack of selection. ...
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