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... great feeling of the diversity and size of Spain and France travelling across it by train.
At Seville we had an hour and 10 minutes until our train on to Jerez where our journey ends for three weeks. We are returning by train at the end of August with a bunch of friends taking in Barcelona again, Aix en Provence, Annecy and Paris but that is another story......
... calm, said that things were ok, that I could leave when I needed
to (we decided on tomorrow morning). The mother’s favorite line is “it’s no
problem”, which she said also when I inquired the other day about the wrist she
had just injured. Who knows how much is
getting lost in translation. But the important thing is that I am moving
along. Now I am looking for housing in
Seville, and looking forward to the next chapter!
... ears and sometimes tail were removed and thrown to the energized crowd. After watching this happen about six times, we were all ready to leave...almost two hours of bulls being taunted and then slaughtered was more than enough to get the picture. The novelty of the fights wore off as it was evident that it was just a blood sport. I'll just stick to the American rodeos where the animals live to graze another ...
... the Straight of Gibraltar, so you can imagine it has been a strategic power for whoever controls it for hundreds of years. Spain lost Gibraltar to England in 1713, and things have remained that way. Today, Gibraltar is a foreign territory of Great Britain. We showed our passports to cross the border and noticed the British flag immediately. Also, it came as a surpass that all prices were now in pounds! Luckily we were able to pay euros for everything.
My day ...
... batter. Do not know if it had cornmeal in it, but it had something. All in all, we did not like it.
We walked around a bit more and decided to head back to the ship. We had walked our five miles and figured that was enough. Up in the Observation Lounge, our favorite bartender saw us coming and prepared a French Martini for us. All I can remember is that it had champagne in it. It was not strong like the Lemon Drop Martini, ...