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... was being held, so we arranged a late afternoon beach social with our visiting friends, so we could be near the restaurant for the time of the party. I dutifully wandered round town buying an appropriate girls gift, card and wrapping paper and then cycled straight from my Spanish lesson to the beach. Predictable Alex was asleep after being wiped out at school, so we woke him up. He'd apparently, "refused to wear, " his party outfit that Id laid out for him and so had ...
... of the rooms in this church had marble as the base for the statues and the bottom halves of the walls. The marble was mainly brown but had deep burgundy, blue-black and white colour throughout, this was how it was found and the architect that built this church wanted to leave the marble how it was. Whilst King Ferdinand was in power he was accepting of Muslim and Jewish religion but he told his people that if they wanted to stay in Spain they MUST ...
... people as genuinely passionate about not just food but the whole culinary experience as myself? Of course I did. Was I instead sweating buckets every second of every day, bloated and wanting to die from the food which was mostly only served at tourist restaurants since most of the great local restaurants are closed for the month and literally ready to shoot myself in the face if I had to look at one more medieval cathedral and old town full of tourists? Yes, yes ...
... lovers. My favorite was probably Paella de Marisco--a rice dish flavored with saffron and vegetables, containing shrimp, prawn, squid, mussels, whatever seafood the restaurant had on hand. I also ate a lot of fried fish, including--wait for it--fried anchovies. Not such a picky eater now, am I (mom)?
3. My professors. I had class for 4 hours a day, 3 with Ana and 1 with ┴frica. I have to say that Ana was my favorite because she kept the ...
... Land was acquired in 1492 ( after the Spanish pretty much kicked out the Moors ) and building began in 1517. Speaking of the Moors, they ruled Spain for 700 years in Granada before 1492 (that date keeps popping up for some strange reason! ) but the Muslim culture split under weakening leadership and the Christian forces grew more determined to take over (Ferdinand and Isabel were on fire to expand Christendom). The Muslims fled south and ...