La Casa del Rector
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... s support over the past year and share a little bit of my story.
I want to start by inviting you all to take off your shoes if you feel comfortable doing so. Try willing your toes a bit. Maybe take a walk around. Think about what you are feeling. What does the ground feel like to you? Is it cold or warm? Etc... Ok, you can sit back down. Who would like to share what they felt?
I have some news that I would like to share with you.... we ...
After the bull ring, we spent the rest of the afternoon walking around the streets of Madrid until we found a nice tapas restaurant to get dinner. We got 12 different tapas and a jug of sangria to share. The tapas included blood sausage, croquttas, potatoes, grilled peppers, salad, meatballs, calamari, battered shrimp and Spanish sausage. It was a fantastic choice, and the Sangria was great too!
We finished our night ...
... begun strolling around the streets of the town. My first impressions of the town were in was about as lively as a cemetery, however after reaching the Plaza Mayor, all of a sudden, my impressions changed. We now had people, noise, restaurants, theatres and vehicles to be seen, contrary to the literally empty streets surrounding our accommodation that made it feel as though we were staying in an abandoned city.
We had lunch in ...
... for me as in Sudbury, where I attend Laurentian University, they are starting to wear pants as the temperature is already cooling down. Ciudad real is pretty much a ghost town between the hours of 2 and 5, because it is too hot to be outside as well as all the stores close for lunch. Thats the next difference, stores closing for lunch doesn't happen at home.
Ciudad Real is a beautiful city, filled with ...
... and sauna in our hotel. Saturday, a big group of us went to the waterpark in Malaga called aqualand. It was so much fun! We were laughing so ******* every ride we rode on. Yesterday was our last day in Malaga and I ended up going to a small town that was near Marbella. Aida said it is where a lot of the rich people go when they are in Spain and she was right! Every store was a designer of some sort and I saw three Ferraris and one Lamborghini all within a couple of hours. Bracci, ...