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... being home so far: seeing my parents and my pets, getting to do laundry and have clean clothes, getting to sleep 11 glorious hours in my own bed at home, and getting to eat my mom's cooking. It's good to be home, but part of me will always be missing Spain. This was the best experience of my life and I'm so glad I took advantage of the opportunity. Really, I'm grateful I even had the opportunity in the first place. It's a memory I'll cherish forever!
Today we went wine tasting, which is the primary activity in Fauquier County, other than anything to do with horses. I don't necessarily recommend going wine tasting where the other half lives, as the cost is commensurately inflated. The first winery we went to wanted $10 per person to taste five wines. The cheapest wine on the list was $24 bottle. After that, we just bought one tasting at each winery. The wines were good, but not, at least to ...
... attended every game for 15 years. His name is Sam, and he is well-known to the ballot-distributing lady and pretty much everyone else, including a gentleman sitting in front of us, who also apparently attends every game. Lots of friendly banter between them.
... about how well we will be able to communicate with people when we get there. Although we have both been studying Spanish for a few years (around 7 or 8 to be exact), I've always heard that speaking Spanish casually is absolutely nothing like it is in the classroom. People don't always speak properly like we are taught in school, so it will be interesting to learn Spain's slang. My main goal with this trip is to finally get fluent in ...
... met in the town with their Iroquois allies to coordinate maneuvers against the French and their Native American allies during the French and Indian War.
By 1738 this settlement became known as Frederick Town later became Winchester, named after the birthplace of Colonel James Wood, an immigrant from Winchester, England. He laid out 26 half-acre (2,000 mē) lots around 1741, ...