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... streets to roam around and find food. After passing several reasonable choices we allowed our in decisive and hungry selves to be sat by an outgoing waiter at Plaza Mayor... Oops. We ordered a water and three tapas off of a priceless menu... Oops.. For 40 euros. The tapas were ok, but not great and too large for our need in any case. I now know to follow my friend Beth's advice, to order 'menu' meals mid day and cap our night with tapas. If I had listened in ...
... the rest of our time, so that we can
use the time we have effectively. After a few hours at starbucks we went back
home to relax and have an amazing dinner prepared by Abuela. It was a massive
meal, and her food continues to amaze me- we are so lucky! We had a chill day
to recover and get ready for another week.
May 26, 2014
Today we had another relatively chill day. Today was
definitely a different aura in the classroom because we have gotten closer ...
... but it was different because you were only allowed through one time and the waiters put the food on the plate for you! We rode the metro to and from dinner and we took a side tour so that we could see the Mediterranean Sea at night! When we got back to the hotel, many of the group were happy to contact family members to say hello. Tomorrow we are off to explore the city of ...
... was the Spanish Channing Tatum equivalent (but ten times hotter) I said "oohhhh guapo" to then be told it was her son. Most awkward moment of my life!
To break the awkwardness I said 'you don't even look old enough to have a 19 year old son' but she got pregnant at 14 - which apparently is usual in Columbia. It goes to show though, that stereotypes aren't always right - you would never imagine that a ...
... heads. Cool, they were blessedJ Maybe not for all of eternity but blessed to have great meals for the rest of their lives! We hope.
Visit Segovia! You will not be disappointed and don’t forget to stop by Jose Maria. (It’s a famous restaurant and does need a reservation. What happened to us was a fluke!) Madrid---Aww we loved it but I’m ready for something new. Time to go to Seville for Holy Week! Adios and see you there! ...