Posadas de Espana Pinto
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... of our English students for a lesson. By time we finished eating and got back to the hotel room it was 3:30PM. Only 5 students came this time and we charged a 20 Euro/hour rate as always. We taught from 3:30PM to 8:30PM (5 hours). This allowed us to earn 500 euros. At 8:30PM we dismissed our class. Once we dismissed our class we ate the gazpacho and when we finished we went to ...
... placed at pedestrian crossings, near atms and at the base of statues. Also there were quite a few who had some sort of obvious physical deformity - it was very sad. I saw a number of interesting photo taking today - quite a few Asians were asking police and security guards of they could have their photos with them. And they were all very obliging. There were a lot of people doing selfies again today - am sure practice makes perfect - I certainly don't have ...
... was two fried eggs and bits of proscuitto with french fries and bread. Crazy. The weather is beautiful - a nice breeze! Granada is a quaint town more what I pictured of Spain. More lush.
There is a computer in the lobby of the hotel we can use so I was able to see the picture of Tom and the girls he sent and also was able to send an email. Worked. slick.
One thought - I waned to mention that the bathrooms in Spain have been great - so much better ...
... was the Valley of the Fallen where the 150m cross was constructed at the top of the Valley and then a cathedral was built into the granite hillside. It was huge and beautiful. Breathtaking in fact. You could see where the builders had cut away into the granite ceilings. There is a door at the back of the hill so the priests could go back to the monastery when ...
... Oh, and by the way, we also share a contempt of PC and disregard it as a matter of principle. Tony and Chris took me in their car down to Portsmouth, while Jo took a chance to escape the fog of testosterone by doing a spot of shopping. Chris never stops talking, and Tony, more taciturn, makes the most of any opportunity to insert an acerbic comment or two when Chris pauses to breathe. Admirable traveling companions. We toured HMS Victory, saw where Nelson was felled by a French ...