Hotel San Lorenzo
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... a, and Louro. What seems like the longest day continued to get longer! After we got dropped off back in the city center, we had some down time before dinner. I used that time to relax and change out of my rain boots. Later on, all of the students in my program decided to go out to dinner together. Cameron, who was sitting on my right, and I decided to split 3 tapas together: mussels (mejillones), an empanada (different from the Latin American dish but ...
... to him in a stone boat guided by angels. My guidebook says that if you pass under the rock 9 times, it heals you (specifically back/arthritis/joint pain). It was very busy by the rock yesterday, but I made sure to walk (back and forth) under the front eave of the rock for my 9 times. Hmm. Nothing. Then, late yesterday afternoon I heard a lot of noise coming from the rock area as I headed to the point. There was ...
... a beautiful day sitting outside under the shade of umbrellas to cool us from the sun. A couple of hours of wandering the streets and buying some small trinkets for loved ones wiled away the afternoon. We ate dinner at our favourite restaurant and saw Marina who started the same time as us, and Brendan, whom we met only a few nights ago. We then headed back to the hotel to pack and prepare for our flight to Barcelona bright and early in the ...
... to a tomb which he confirmed was the remains of St James.....and everyone believed him! Now I admit I am, like many historians and scholars, fairly sceptical about this claim. Here is a bishop who stumbles across some bones 800 years later - how on earth would he know they were those of St James? Suffice to say, the Vatican is on my side - they will not authenticate this!
... it. Some parts of the exam were really easy - others ********e section we had to match "must have", "could have", "should have", "must not have" and "couldn't have" which was so hard because for most you could use more than one and still be right. Other questions were extremely vague and just confused me all together. The exam conditions were so relaxed that the whole time I had people come stand behind me to copy and no one said a thing. Or they would shout "Meli (how they spell ...