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We made it to Greece, Bill, Judy and myself. We got in around 5am and I didn't get much sleep on the plane. Needless to say, with it also raining, I decided to hang low and try to sleep last night. Tonight, I am riding a ferry, which is more like a cruise ship, to Athens. ...
... place was fairly packed and the locals seemed very excited for the event. We watched as all the matadors were introduced and paraded around the ring. It was obviously all in Spanish so we had to infer what was going on by the crowd's reactions. When they were ready, everyone but the key players cleared the arena and the first bull was released.
I don't know what I really expected, but after ...
... be seeing Tammy in Houston at the end of the cruise; we’re going to run around a little bit plus she’s taking me to the airport. As usual, I didn't take the most straight forward route but veered off the recommended direction given on the map. But I did finally end up in the shopping areas. I found a stationary type store and bought the notebook. Then I ran across a beauty supply store and they actually had a small spray bottle. Finally, I went into this cute ...
... roof where we could relax. The weather couldn't have been more perfect. Although we were entering into November, the temp was sunny and 75 degrees during the afternoons!
Friday was spent exploring Cadiz. We took a two hour walking tour of the city to start things off, seeing the historic, windy roads, an old roman amphitheater, and the beach where Halle Berry majestically emerged from the water in James Bond "Die Another Day." (Even though this scene was supposed ...
... through the town. We visited the central market and bought couple of oranges and half kg of "Biwa" (It's the name I know in Japanese. I don't know the English name...), that was all only 1.6 Euro! So cheap!! The market was selling lots of fresh veggies and fruits, seafood and meat. And...snails!!! I've been noticing in Jerez and in Cadiz that many restaurants have the snail drawings on their blackboards outside with the writing ...