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Valencia & Madrid, Spain

10.27.16

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Anica Rose: Spain

Anica Rose: Spain

Anica Rose: Spain

Anica Rose: Spain

An oldie of us  primas (I am on the far right!) enjoying the heat in Spain, haha!

Anica Rose: Spain

Anica Rose: Spain

Anica Rose: Spain

Pepa y Manuel ♡

Anica Rose: Spain

Wrapping up our trip to Europe with the place that means the most to me. Call me nostalgic, but no matter the beauty of the location, it is the people and memories made there that make that place so special. With family living in Spain, I have spent quite a bit of time there starting when I was just a baby.  Since this trip to Spain was shorter than it usually is, we only went to Valencia and Madrid. And to the family I did not see, I hope to back again soon! Especially to the beach house in Calafell where I can eat as much as of Ana’s cooking as I can (there is nothing better than a Spanish grandma’s cooking). We also took waaaaay less pictures compared to the other countries we visited. I think this is due to the fact that I am usually the instigator of photo taking (I know, I am my moms clone) and I was just enjoying the people (and horchata) around me too much. ALSO I was officially the translator of the trip and was a little stressed out trying to make sure everything was communicated clearly. The whole time I thought, “Look at me speaking all this Spanish! My mother would be so proud!” haha.  I would like to thank my family in Spain– Pepa, Manuel, Linda, Vicente, Juan, Carolina, and Paula, you made our trip so great! Te quiero mucho mucho!!!

P.S. for Halloween Chris is going to dress up as a bull fighter, I will be a Spanish dancer, and Ruby will be a bull! We were inspired this summer 😉

 

 

4 comments on “Valencia & Madrid, Spain”

  1. I think it is wonderful that you could translate what the spaniards were saying. I loved seeing Pepa and Manolo. Don’t know the other people. I hope you can go back to Spain and see what your mom and I saw of Spain and how wonderful the people are and the food is the best!

  2. I think it is wonderful that you could translate what the spaniards were saying. I loved seeing Pepa and Manolo. Don’t know the other people. I hope you can go back to Spain and see what your mom and I saw of Spain and how wonderful the people are and the food is the best!

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