The Atrium at San Roque
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... the only disappointment of the trip so far so it's not that bad.
After the horrible lunch I went looking for something sweet to get the ****** taste out of my mouth. I found a pastry shop and ordered what I thought was a chocolate eclaire - WRONG!! It looked like an eclaire but tasted like a ****! What's going on here?
Debby thinks that aliens have replaced me because normally I would eat a **** if it had frosting on it. Two bad meals is two too many. I'm going back ...
... to queue through airport style security. I had to remove my netbook from my backpack but still beeped as I went through the metal detector. I then had to remove my watch, lanyard and belt, something I have never had to do re-boarding a ship as their metal detectors are not normally set to ‘super sensitive’.
In the short time we were in Cadiz, this is a city we could easily adjust to. Nowhere is too far from the sea front, always good weather, not too ...
... port, I came upon a park. There was some TV crew shooting video with an announcer – but I had NO CLUE what they were saying or why they were there. Didn’t take a picture of them, but did take a picture of the monument which they were standing near. It looked interesting, so…..why not? Walking through the park, I took a right and headed for what I hoped was the sea wall. BINGO! It was.
I walked along the sea wall for ...
... t tell us what it was! That doesn't sound good!
We are going to miss Jaye and Greg on the rest of the trip! We've had a great time with them. We had so many laughs tonight at dinner telling most embarrassing moment stories. (Robin, remember the airport in Rome?)
This internet connection is soooo slow, so I don't know how many pictures I can get on here. Maybe I'll have better luck today.
... wool from his sheep. He asks Santiago to come the next year for more wool and he is thrilled for the opportunity to see the young girl with raven like hair once more. While he is traveling to the village the next year, he finds himself having a reoccurring dream.
He goes to an old woman who will read him for money. His hands tremble in fear because she is a gypsy. Santiago tells her his dream and she continues listening without cost. At the end of his story, she ...