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... town square, I went to investigate.Two hundred or more university students were dressed in graduation robes and throwing flour at each other. I asked why, and the reply was celebrations after completing the first year at uni. I wonder what they will get up to after completing the 4th year. Then most of them jumped in the fountain to wash off the flour.
One of the many street artists ...
... giveaways and street parties. We spent some of our time sitting and enjoying music in small squares as they rehearsed for the night ahead.
We had signed up for the famous Mammas dinner tonight; soup, main, dessert, sangria/beer and aperitif for only 10euro. Tonight the menu included pea mint soup, a pork and clam dish typical of Portugal, raspberry tart and a choice of Port, Muscatel and a cherry liquor. Mamma actually sits with us as we all eat; Mamma is ...
Weather: 34º C and Sunny with some clouds
It was pointed out to us in our summary of Spain that we failed to mention the food. That was an oversight as we really enjoyed the food although did struggle with some things.
The things we struggled with were:
- lack of vegetables with the main dishes and the inability to order them even as sides. We got around this by sharing a salad as the first course. There ...
... home in Spanish, I am also worried about the culture shock I'm going to have when I come home. They said it was going to bad when I got to Sevilla, but it really wasn't that awful. Sure, I had a few confusing moments about why public restrooms seem to ALWAYS be lacking toilet paper, or why everyone is consistently 15 minutes late (a habit that I have picked up being here…it's so bad!), but in all reality I wasn't quite as overwhelmed as ...
... happened. The locals had no idea what was going on, and all rushed to the water to avoid having buildings drop on them. Unfortunately for them, that's when a huge tsunami came crashing down, destroying even more. Lisbon was eventually rebuilt, they had a Frenchman I believe come and plan the city. He designed the streets much wider than they were used too, and many people made a fuss, he promised them one day they would seem small. To my eyes, they are ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking