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... includes Goya, Titian, Rubens, Velazquez, Zurbaran and lots of El Greco (the artist was the cathedral's resident painter late in his life), we could have easily spent two hours inside the cathedral. We wanted to give ourselves plenty of time to explore the city's charming streets, though, so we left after an hour. We wandered through the old Jewish quarter, visiting the two remaining synagogues (before the expulsion of Spain's Jews in 1492, Toledo had ...
... they were more than happy to include me in their conversations. The girls were from Brazil Sao Paulo, they were both lawyers and their names were Ariene and Renata. The guy was from California, which unfortunately I forgot his name after a messy night and forgot to keep in contact with him. But while having a chat with the three, I learned that the American guy came traveling to Spain with another friend, who was half Nicaraguan and half Salvadoran. I later met him ...
... and once again gets asked why he speaks so well. Turns out our waiter’s parents are living in LA. Ryan says were neighbors because we live in Arizona. The guy brings over Bailey’s for all of us, on the house. Nice little place! You know, everywhere we have traveled, the glitzier the place, the less impressed I am with it. It aways seems that the little hole in the walls have a far larger reward for trying ...
Things are pretty good with me. Last week the group went to see amovie at the theater because of our culutral class/internship we aredoing. Anyways I was so happy at how much I could understand. TheEnglish title of the movie is twice born. I donīt recommend it. It waslong and boring. However, other people in our group were touched byit. They were bawling their eyes out.So I have been invited to live in a townhouse with some people which is what i have wanted ...
... it's massive!) Also, I thought Spain was supposed to be in an economic crisis but people were buying up! Its a thursday afternoon and the streets are filled with people buying stuff - am pretty sure most of them are locals as well, The weather was glorious - about 32 degrees and blue sky's :) I had tapas for tea and will be asleep by 10pm. Can't wait for tomorrow! ...