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Travel Blogs from Sanlucar la Mayor
... seeds spit out from the balcony above me, photo ops with random Spaniards who wanted pictures with us, and a lesson in Spanish profanity, Betis won the game with a whopping score of 1-0. Even though, as a good American I don't care one inkling about soccer, going to Spanish soccer games really is a lot of fun. I'm glad it got to be part of my last week here. Coming home for dinner, we asked our host mom, Ana ...
... to the Spanish language, I have been forced to do a variety of translations. When I first got here, I was translating from Spanish to English and back again for my dad during his visit, which was very tiresome for my brain because I was not accustomed to so much conversation. After my dad and brother left, I transitioned into speaking only Spanish by just converting my English thoughts to Spanish. During the volunteer night, I was forced to be on the other side ...
Homesickness is a bear.
Or maybe, I am just
Homesick (for a) bear (hug).
This past week was particularly hard. I've been in Spain for a little over a month now, and I honestly love it. Every day here is a new adventure, even when all I do is go to class and take a siesta during the afternoon... but even though I love Sevilla, I miss my family and friends from home.
People in Spain greet each other with a kiss on each ...
... quickly heading back to the hostel, we hung around until about 5pm when we though it would be safer to venture out. This was not a smart idea, as the temperature had only gone down by 1 degree. It didn't take us long to find the mushroom. It technically called the Metropol Parasol, but is known by everyone as the mushroom. It is the largest wooden structure in the world, and cost €90 million to build. Yikes! Luckily it only cost €1.30 to go up to the top and ...
... Cathedral in Europe, if you go to Spain get the Potato egg omelet its awesome! Wow have we been packing it in so tomorrow we are driving to Granada Spain with a night to rest a day of site seeing and then on to Gibraltar for the next day. Meet a couple at the hotel who gave us the name of a guide for Morocco, so maybe we will add Africa to our map this ...
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking