Travel Blogs from Martinsburg
... and European cultures. The show was so lively and fun to watch, and I was so excited to finally see flamenco! We were also fed several type of pinchos (little bites of food), like calamari, crockets, jamón with goat cheese, etc. They even gave us a few deserts to try! I'd say this was probably the perfect way to spend our last night in Spain.
The next morning we got up early to catch our 8 hour flight back to the US. I'll tell you what I love the ...
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 ...
... in front of us and the other was the woman who brought me the roster when it arrived. They had brought a sheet cake which they proceeded to serve to anyone who wanted a piece.
... even if it means I can only speak Spanish with Ashley too. I think I can attain this goal as long as I make an effort to speak Spanish outside of the classroom most of the time.
We will keep everyone posted when we get to Madrid how our first day in Spain went! We are both so excited and BEYOND grateful for this opportunity to improve ourselves and to immerse ourselves in such a wonderful culture.
... up on some Netflix, but couldn't get a Netflix signal over their Wi-Fi, so settled on reading and listening to K106.7 on I Heart Radio over the Wi-Fi. Kind of cool to listen to stuff going on back home.
Tomorrow we head south again to Roanoke, via the Shenandoah National Park, and get to spend the next 5 nights in a hotel. In some ways I'm really looking forward to it, in other ways not. But the train show should be fun.
I'll keep you all posted.