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... I struggled to tell anyone, and I appreciate all the hours of Skype we’ve had over the past couple of years.
Emma was doing an internship in Sevilla, about 6 hours south of Madrid. It was so great to see her again. After months of knowing I was coming to Europe, the best thing was to follow through with an idea of coming to Spain to visit her. We spent 5 days together in Sevilla, and it was just great to be able to share our stories about life, love ...
... t sleep in. The taxi was early, and so was I, and on the way to the airport at 4:30. I got there at 0500, and it isn’t a huge airport.
It kind of felt like Edmonton Intl. Except there was a huge number of people checking in for a dozen flights, all leaving before 0700, flying off to places like Tel Aviv, Milan, Paris, Stockholm….not so much like Edmonton! I was through security and having ...
... in magnificent displays with gorgeous color combinations. We we able to see late flowering daffodils and tulips galore.
The Netherlands had a very mild winter so many lilacs, azaleas and rhodos were in full bloom
to my surprise.
After another sumptuous dinner, Frank provided the evening entertainment as he strummed his guitar and told some interesting ...
... its rear towards us.
Caught the tram down to the museum section of town. All the major museums are located in the same precinct. We went for a walk around Vondelpark, a lovely park which until recently was private land.
Then of to the Concert Gebouw concert hall for a free lunchtime concert. The Flex Ensemble played a piece by Gabriel Faire in the small concert hall. It is circular and acoustics were good. Very enjoyable.
Next we went to the ...