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... all the families come out for a stroll and a bit of chinwagging. The kids run riot, the bars are overflowing and everyone seems to enjoy themselves.
Becoming more Spanish by the day we had another late lunch before a siesta followed by some exploring of the town, Apero, tapas and another day was gone like a flash. The next morning we headed further west towards Ubeda. The more I see of Spain the more I'm amazed with their planning for ...
... and I have the best sleep ever on a plane!!
Back in Rome I take the Leonardo Express and the regional train back to Civitavecchia where I will spend 2 more weeks.
So, I'm wrapping up the Pueblo Ingles/Madrid portion of my blog with a big smile and a hug to all those I met. It was a fabulous experience and I recommend it to anyone.
I'm posting a lot of photos from the last few days. Next post will be from Civitavecchia.
... a great singer. The three Canadians sing a cute song about rowing in a canoe or something like that, the two Irish gals sing a cute song and the group of Spaniards sing a medley of songs that is very upbeat and involves some jumping up and down...it's fun to be a Spaniard!
Our last treat for the night is when Jez prepares a drink called "Queimada". It's made in a large bowl and set on fire for a ritual used to ...
... imagine. I explain to him the idioms "get away with" and "keep your chin up". And, we then just talk about our work and our travels.
Lunch is at 2:00 with free time to relax afterwards. It's nice to have some time for the Spaniards to not have to speak English...although they are not supposed to speak Spanish with the other people. Most of us take the time to relax and some hang out by the pool as the weather has finally warmed up a bit.
... moderator and she keeps us informed of just whats going on. It's hilarious and the acting is done well. Also, it's a good opportunity for the Spaniards to practice their English.
Dinner is another full three course meal served at 9:00 pm. Very late for the Anglos, but early for some of the Spaniards. Sometimes dinner is served as late as 10:00 pm here in Spain.
It was another full day of fun and learning.