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Our flight was delayed about 15 minutes out of Amsterdam due to a breakdown in some ground equipment. Jim had an interesting conversation with a British couple who were on their way to Madrid for their summer holiday. They were very interested in getting some "inside" scoop on several concerns they had with the direction of America in recent years and what was the likelihood of change in direction with ...
... many funky design features and fittings with SMEG and Bosch appliances throughout. A mobile in one corner of the lounge/bedroom with three cats and three balls that they continually chase but never catch.
There seems to be lots of renovation going on in the area and given the fact that all of the buildings are concrete and tiles, renovations are not very quiet. However, there must be strict controls on noise because most work does not start till ...
... It is thinly sliced and it comes right of the leg of the pig, sometimes right in front of your eyes. Pig legs hang everywhere here and the hoof is still attached. In addition, Spain is well known for olives and they have an assortment of olives with many different tastes. There are hot olives, sweet olives, pickled olives, salty olives, fishy olives etc. One form of eating the olive is an olive that is stuffed with something inside of it (commonly called rapa ...
... we call her family photo. Maria has a boyfriend named Hector who is also very nice and is a real thinker, he reminds me of a philosopher. He is also a teacher, however not of English, at another school in another town. Hector had a birthday last week where we ate a very good stew and a cake that was very different. The cake part was round and crunchy like a cookie and then it had chocolate on it. It was delicious. One thing I would take back ...
... be very not obvious about it. If you are under age and drinking in the US you receive a ticket.
1) Spain: When parking on the side of streets in some areas it does not matter what direction you face, so not all cars are facing the same direction.
US: All cars face the same direction depending on the side of the road, or you get a ticket.
2) Spain: When you walk into a room you always say hello even if it ...