Monthly Archives: April 2003

Part III: The Beautiful South Even though it probably seems like all we did was eat on this trip, we really had another objective in going south for our vacation. After the chilly palaces and educational museums of France, we … Continue reading

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Part II: This Is Where They Were Hiding the Free Luna de Miel Stuff Even though there was a TV in the room, we decided that eating was important. We were wary of trusting our map-reading skills any more that … Continue reading

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The Honeymoon Continues: Southern Spain Edition Part I: Getting There, During Semana Santa, is Nearly 5/8 of the Fun Almería is far. Seven or eight hours far. And no train runs from here to there in any sort of straight … Continue reading

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It’s Semana Santa. Everyone is on vacation, and we’re going to the beach in Almeria for a week. Maybe you can find it on a map. We’ll post stories when we return. Enjoy your Easter, Passover, or Rite-of-Spring-Pagan-Ritual.

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Cooking Lesson 1: Calamari a la Calamari Every Monday, when Gloria comes up to our apartment for her English class, I’m in the kitchen cooking dinner. Ever the showman, she usually manages to keep herself focused on the class for … Continue reading

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Would you drive for three hours to see people burn things? Do you even need to ask if we would? Even after the “can’t miss” all-night parade in Sitges, we decided that we could not ignore the hype surrounding Las … Continue reading

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