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reminded me of an unhaunted mansion. Very quaint, and a nice place overall :)
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Capítulo 13- El invierno está llegando
This is going to be a combo blog of a couple different things in Madrid, as well as my trip to Sevilla for a half a day. I'm going to save my trip to Morocco for a separate blog.
School work has been getting quite a bit more intense lately, with multiple papers, projects and tests in every class. It has been limiting my ability to travel around the city during the week so I've been spending most of my time working either ...
... s funny how life works out, and I am never going to take it for granted, not that I ever have, but this just reinforces it!
After some dinner at home, we briefly were back in Portugal with our tins of conserved fish, we hit the hay again for an early rise to go to Cadiz.
Getting out of the driveway is a breeze. I basically flew out like superman, and we were on our way. Cadiz is a seaside town where they moved the main port to the 'new ...
... is a danger of sensory overload and total exhaustion. Well I didn't listen did I ? And I also crammed in a tour of the bullring, Plaza del Toro, and it's museum. That probably explains why I am now aching with tiredness...... The boys are gathering at the bar at the end of the street and the singing and chanting is in full swing as Seville faces Portugal in the Europa soccer final. Pretty sure I will sleep through it though haha. ...
... eat as well as the culture of Southern Spain. She also taught me the origin of tapas (it is said that tapas come from the verb tapar, which means to cover. Since eating outside is very popular, the people who serve drinks would place plates of food on top of the glasses so flies would not get in them. Therefor the snacks became known as tapas) and exploring the city with her was wonderful. After we came back to the hostel we met lots of folks ...
... It’s difficult to describe, but the locals call it Las Setas which means 'The Mushrooms.’ It’s made of wood and looks organic – think of giant, flying waffles. It is a striking structure. At first we weren’t going to go to the top, but after we found out the kids were free and the adult admission price included a glass of wine we plunked down six Euros and headed up the elevator. It was stunning! There are walkways on top that give great views of the ...