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Vidmaster7 wrote:
If you want good Italian just keep adding garlic until you run out.

I never thought of Italian food in garlic terms because Spaniards use as much garlic as Italians do. Even more I might say.

They have garlic bread. We have garlic shrimp, garlic mushroom, garlic chicken... and all-i-oli, which is similar to a garlic mayo.


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On the one hand, you have fingers. On the other hand, you have different fingers.


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No matter how hard you push the envelope, it will always be stationary.


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Kileanna wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
If you want good Italian just keep adding garlic until you run out.

I never thought of Italian food in garlic terms because Spaniards use as much garlic as Italians do. Even more I might say.

They have garlic bread. We have garlic shrimp, garlic mushroom, garlic chicken... and all-i-oli, which is similar to a garlic mayo.

I would like Spanish cooking.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
I've decided Gran Rey you need a muppet bear as your icon.

Sorry, my avatar is perfect just as it is. It took me ages to get the PMG to give me this custom avatar, and I don't want to lose it.


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I use garlic like hella when trying to replicate anything Mediterranean or Mexican. Or just when cooking in general.


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From what I've heard I think you would.
Being Mediterranean food it has some common things with Italian food.

Victoria Beckam, when she lived in Spain, apparently declared to worldwide media that she didn't like Spain because everything here smells like garlic.

Having so many bars where tapas (small dishes that come with your drink) are served I can understand what she meant.

Because you cannot walk on a street with some bars at 12 in the morning and not ending being hungry because of the smells that come from inside them.


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I wanna go to Spain so bad, and part of it is that authentic Spanish tapas and red wine just sounds like the most satisfying thing ever.

Another part of it is that I love castles, and IIRC Spain has the most and best maintained in Europe, partly because hella castles had to be built to hold territory during the Reconquista, and partly because of the relatively mild weather minimizing damage.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
What do sea monsters eat for lunch? Fish and ships.

We had that one in our high school English language classroom. People were looking strange at me when I read it and chuckled...


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If you want castles, Andalucia and Castilla y León have the best ones. La Alhambra and La Mezquita the Cordoba are impressive. I totally recommend Toledo too. It's like walking on a medieval city (and that comes from someone who lives on a city that causes the same impression) and El Alcázar is really beautiful.

In most places tapas are not for free, but un Lugo, where I live, are. Even if food in Galicia differs a bit from the rest of Spain I completely recommend it for gastronomic tourism as we have good food and we are really exaggerated with rations xD (I remember ordering rice with lobster for 3 people and being served a 1,5 kg lobster with more or less 2 kg of rice!)

Galicia, where I live, doesn't have a lot of medieval castles (there is at least one in Monforte) but we have also some stone age settlements and also Roman architecture. My town has a Roman wall and a Roman bridge and they are so well preserved that you can walk on both (not just as a turistic think, I'm going on a walk on the Wall right now just because it's sunny there xD)

Even though you'd probably want to visit Andalucia or Castilla (the weather is arid but architecture is awesome) I have to advertise my town a bit too.)


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Kileanna wrote:
That seems like a good strategy. I use more or less the same one when cooking italian food xD

oh my god.

ITALIAN IS EUROPEAN MEXICAN


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Kileanna wrote:

If you want castles, Andalucia and Castilla y León have the best ones. La Alhambra and La Mezquita the Cordoba are impressive. I totally recommend Toledo too. It's like walking on a medieval city (and that comes from someone who lives on a city that causes the same impression) and El Alcázar is really beautiful.

In most places tapas are not for free, but un Lugo, where I live, are. Even if food in Galicia differs a bit from the rest of Spain I completely recommend it for gastronomic tourism as we have good food and we are really exaggerated with rations xD (I remember ordering rice with lobster for 3 people and being served a 1,5 kg lobster with more or less 2 kg of rice!)

Galicia, where I live, doesn't have a lot of medieval castles (there is at least one in Monforte) but we have also some stone age settlements and also Roman architecture. My town has a Roman wall and a Roman bridge and they are so well preserved that you can walk on both (not just as a turistic think, I'm going on a walk on the Wall right now just because it's sunny there xD)

Even though you'd probably want to visit Andalucia or Castilla (the weather is arid but architecture is awesome) I have to advertise my town a bit too.)

castles AND naked women?

Who needs game of thrones?!


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
*falls down with legs sticking straight up*

I don't think that's your leg.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
*falls down with legs sticking straight up*
I don't think that's your leg.

o_O

*vanishes*


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Sharoth wrote:
I blame Freehold DM. Because he likes it so much, I picked up Dead Space , Dead Space 2, and Dead Space 3 from Planet Fun here in Savannah, GA.

why?

You could have just downloaded them.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Kileanna wrote:

If you want castles, Andalucia and Castilla y León have the best ones. La Alhambra and La Mezquita the Cordoba are impressive. I totally recommend Toledo too. It's like walking on a medieval city (and that comes from someone who lives on a city that causes the same impression) and El Alcázar is really beautiful.

In most places tapas are not for free, but un Lugo, where I live, are. Even if food in Galicia differs a bit from the rest of Spain I completely recommend it for gastronomic tourism as we have good food and we are really exaggerated with rations xD (I remember ordering rice with lobster for 3 people and being served a 1,5 kg lobster with more or less 2 kg of rice!)

Galicia, where I live, doesn't have a lot of medieval castles (there is at least one in Monforte) but we have also some stone age settlements and also Roman architecture. My town has a Roman wall and a Roman bridge and they are so well preserved that you can walk on both (not just as a turistic think, I'm going on a walk on the Wall right now just because it's sunny there xD)

Even though you'd probably want to visit Andalucia or Castilla (the weather is arid but architecture is awesome) I have to advertise my town a bit too.)

castles AND naked women?

Who needs game of thrones?!

Castles, naked women, corrupt politicians and parties with 77 dishes... We are like real life Game of Thrones xD

And they are filming many episodes for the show in Spain too.


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Kileanna wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Kileanna wrote:

If you want castles, Andalucia and Castilla y León have the best ones. La Alhambra and La Mezquita the Cordoba are impressive. I totally recommend Toledo too. It's like walking on a medieval city (and that comes from someone who lives on a city that causes the same impression) and El Alcázar is really beautiful.

In most places tapas are not for free, but un Lugo, where I live, are. Even if food in Galicia differs a bit from the rest of Spain I completely recommend it for gastronomic tourism as we have good food and we are really exaggerated with rations xD (I remember ordering rice with lobster for 3 people and being served a 1,5 kg lobster with more or less 2 kg of rice!)

Galicia, where I live, doesn't have a lot of medieval castles (there is at least one in Monforte) but we have also some stone age settlements and also Roman architecture. My town has a Roman wall and a Roman bridge and they are so well preserved that you can walk on both (not just as a turistic think, I'm going on a walk on the Wall right now just because it's sunny there xD)

Even though you'd probably want to visit Andalucia or Castilla (the weather is arid but architecture is awesome) I have to advertise my town a bit too.)

castles AND naked women?

Who needs game of thrones?!

Castles, naked women, corrupt politicians and parties with 77 dishes... We are like real life Game of Thrones xD

And they are filming many episodes for the show in Spain too.

well.

I know where I am going on vacation!


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Tacticslion wrote:

So daggum tired. Difficult to even type. I hurt everywhere.

Sometimes falling asleep, sometimes restless, thinking over what I could have done better.

Though I'm frustrated by my own lack of health or coordination, in truth, the only disappointment for me, really, was Poomse (that is, the forms): not because I didn't win, but because I got distracted by my Eldest's Poomse in my head, and my body forgot which one I was doing (a very surreal experience, when your mind is telling you to do X, but your body starts to do Y) - totally frustrating to me.

The breaking wasn't bad.

The sparring was brutal, but the guys were good guys. I gave it my all, and apparently used an exotic (well, exotic for me) kick that really exists in TKD, and did so well. What killed me was my stamina. I might not have won if I'd had more, but I got to a point where my body just stopped responding.

"KICK!"
"... I'll think about it."
"KIIICK!"
"No, sir."
"HURK: Kiiiiiiick!"
"Okay, you big baby. Stop whining." *dink goes a pathetic tap with big scream* "There: you satisfied?"
"NO: Kiiiiiick!"
"Okay, you know what, Mr. Greedypants, I compromised so it's your turn: I kicked, now I get a 12-hour break!"
"YOU USELSESS STUOID LEG: KIIIIIIIICK!"
"Okay, I'm out. I can't work with him."
*And thus TL stands there, unable to move, as the opponents scores three points, his arms uselessly flailing about in a futile effort to make up for legs that just stand there.*

(I got in a few more shots, but was stumbling around by the time we were done, unable to breathe and so dehydrated that I couldn't swallow. Bah.)

Next time, though!

(And engaging myself them uh typing like this has woken me a bit: good, since I need to finish stuff for my Eldest!)

As for my Eldest: super-proud! Given his performance In this one, though, I suspect he will be recategorized next time, which will make it muuuuuch harder. Here's hoping!

hydration is an issue, especially as you get older. Keep drinking.


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lynora wrote:
For reasons known only to my cat, he has decided that he is mortally offended by my hairstyle today and keeps randomly attacking my ponytail

slides cat briefcase full of catnip

Excellent work.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
I've decided Gran Rey you need a muppet bear as your icon.

*waka waka*

Give me Statler and Waldorf any day....rather then that damn annoying bear.


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Swedish Chef, and Beaker and Doctor Honeydew were the best.

Also, Miss Piggy was hands down my favorite main Muppet.


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captain yesterday wrote:

Swedish Chef, and Beaker and Doctor Honeydew were the best.

Also, Miss Piggy was hands down my favorite main Muppet.

Oh no I couldn't handle her voice plus she was always beating up on my man Kermit.


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In Spain they changed all their names so I have to google them to know which is each one.
I couldn't stand Miss Piggy either!


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But she was confident and tough. :-)

Edit: annoying voices don't bother me in the slightest. Spongebob Squarepants is my favorite kid's cartoon.


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Kileanna wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
If you want good Italian just keep adding garlic until you run out.

I never thought of Italian food in garlic terms because Spaniards use as much garlic as Italians do. Even more I might say.

They have garlic bread. We have garlic shrimp, garlic mushroom, garlic chicken... and all-i-oli, which is similar to a garlic mayo.

Well garlic is good with almost everything, although I can't recommend making a garlic-favoured Akvavit...


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Kileanna wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Kileanna wrote:

If you want castles, Andalucia and Castilla y León have the best ones. La Alhambra and La Mezquita the Cordoba are impressive. I totally recommend Toledo too. It's like walking on a medieval city (and that comes from someone who lives on a city that causes the same impression) and El Alcázar is really beautiful.

In most places tapas are not for free, but un Lugo, where I live, are. Even if food in Galicia differs a bit from the rest of Spain I completely recommend it for gastronomic tourism as we have good food and we are really exaggerated with rations xD (I remember ordering rice with lobster for 3 people and being served a 1,5 kg lobster with more or less 2 kg of rice!)

Galicia, where I live, doesn't have a lot of medieval castles (there is at least one in Monforte) but we have also some stone age settlements and also Roman architecture. My town has a Roman wall and a Roman bridge and they are so well preserved that you can walk on both (not just as a turistic think, I'm going on a walk on the Wall right now just because it's sunny there xD)

Even though you'd probably want to visit Andalucia or Castilla (the weather is arid but architecture is awesome) I have to advertise my town a bit too.)

castles AND naked women?

Who needs game of thrones?!

Castles, naked women, corrupt politicians and parties with 77 dishes... We are like real life Game of Thrones xD

And they are filming many episodes for the show in Spain too.

I hereby offer myself up as a tour-guide, of the historical parts, might as well put my three and a half years of failed history studies, to some kind of use...

I will however be unavailable during breakfast, brunch, lunch, afternoon coffee, dinner, evening coffee, bar-time and miscellaneous ^^.


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I used to like Tequila with Tabasco sauce so... I'm open to trying.

My story with garlic:
I was on my first year at university. My roommates at my dorm challenged me to eat a whole garlic head and... well, I wasn't able to say no when I was challenged. And I was earing 5€ if I did it. So I ate a whole garlic head. It wasn't easy.

Next day I went back home and went out with some friends. My belly hurt a lot and the taste of garlic came to my mouth again and again. I felt terrible. I had known Dalindra for a month and after being with our friends we went together for a walk. I liked him. He liked me. We talked for hours, and in the end he kissed me. And I could only think that my mouth probably tasted like garlic.

A few time later when we knew each other better I told him this story. He said he never noticed it xD


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Apparently, it's Mother's Day today.

Happy Mother's Day FaWtL mothers!!!!

Which explains why Pea Bear wanted to make a mix CD of the General's favorite songs, and a card.

I'm screwed.

enacts contingency plans to have the kids make homemade cards, and to assess blame elsewhere. Picks Scooby Doo and Chomping Action Crocodile to take the fall.


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Kjeldorn wrote:
Kileanna wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Kileanna wrote:

If you want castles, Andalucia and Castilla y León have the best ones. La Alhambra and La Mezquita the Cordoba are impressive. I totally recommend Toledo too. It's like walking on a medieval city (and that comes from someone who lives on a city that causes the same impression) and El Alcázar is really beautiful.

In most places tapas are not for free, but un Lugo, where I live, are. Even if food in Galicia differs a bit from the rest of Spain I completely recommend it for gastronomic tourism as we have good food and we are really exaggerated with rations xD (I remember ordering rice with lobster for 3 people and being served a 1,5 kg lobster with more or less 2 kg of rice!)

Galicia, where I live, doesn't have a lot of medieval castles (there is at least one in Monforte) but we have also some stone age settlements and also Roman architecture. My town has a Roman wall and a Roman bridge and they are so well preserved that you can walk on both (not just as a turistic think, I'm going on a walk on the Wall right now just because it's sunny there xD)

Even though you'd probably want to visit Andalucia or Castilla (the weather is arid but architecture is awesome) I have to advertise my town a bit too.)

castles AND naked women?

Who needs game of thrones?!

Castles, naked women, corrupt politicians and parties with 77 dishes... We are like real life Game of Thrones xD

And they are filming many episodes for the show in Spain too.

I hereby offer myself up as a tour-guide, of the historical parts, might as well put my three and a half years of failed history studies, to some kind of use...

I will however be unavailable during breakfast, brunch, lunch, afternoon coffee, dinner, evening coffee, bar-time and miscellaneous ^^.

Not unavaliable, just being a gastronomic guide xD


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Kileanna wrote:

I used to like Tequila with Tabasco sauce so... I'm open to trying.

My story with garlic:
I was on my first year at university. My roommates at my dorm challenged me to eat a whole garlic head and... well, I wasn't able to say no when I was challenged. And I was earing 5€ if I did it. So I ate a whole garlic head. It wasn't easy.

Next day I went back home and went out with some friends. My belly hurt a lot and the taste of garlic came to my mouth again and again. I felt terrible. I had known Dalindra for a month and after being with our friends we went together for a walk. I liked him. He liked me. We talked for hours, and in the end he kissed me. And I could only think that my mouth probably tasted like garlic.

A few time later when we knew each other better I told him this story. He said he never noticed it xD

That's really sweet.

I would probably prefer kissing a girl, who had eaten a head of garlic, to kissing a girl who's a heavy smoker. That way, I can at least claim to have had a good culinary experience ^^.


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That's exactly what he said, adding some metaphors about licking an ashtray in the middle xD


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For everyone who is a mother, Happy Mother's Day. For everyone who still has their mother, tell her you love her.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
I blame Freehold DM. Because he likes it so much, I picked up Dead Space , Dead Space 2, and Dead Space 3 from Planet Fun here in Savannah, GA.

why?

You could have just downloaded them.

Because each of the games was $6 apeace. Much cheaper than paying MicroScalp's prices.


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Walking the dog, weather is beautiful today. 78 degrees and mostly sunny, can't beat that. :-)


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Tacticslion wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:

TAEKWANDO TOURNAMENT! INTERNATIONAL! TOURNAMENT!

AAAAAAAAAAGGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHH!

(I'm competing, and so is my Eldest.)

((This... won't end well for us.))

I was at least partially very wrong! My Eldest walked away with three gold medals and one of the four "best student" trophies for our TKD school trophies!

I walked away completely wrecked and with three bronze... and definitely not an MVP trophy!

Awesome experience!

Thank you all for the well-wishes and fan fiction!

Huzzah! :)


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Kjeldorn wrote:
Kileanna wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Kileanna wrote:

If you want castles, Andalucia and Castilla y León have the best ones. La Alhambra and La Mezquita the Cordoba are impressive. I totally recommend Toledo too. It's like walking on a medieval city (and that comes from someone who lives on a city that causes the same impression) and El Alcázar is really beautiful.

In most places tapas are not for free, but un Lugo, where I live, are. Even if food in Galicia differs a bit from the rest of Spain I completely recommend it for gastronomic tourism as we have good food and we are really exaggerated with rations xD (I remember ordering rice with lobster for 3 people and being served a 1,5 kg lobster with more or less 2 kg of rice!)

Galicia, where I live, doesn't have a lot of medieval castles (there is at least one in Monforte) but we have also some stone age settlements and also Roman architecture. My town has a Roman wall and a Roman bridge and they are so well preserved that you can walk on both (not just as a turistic think, I'm going on a walk on the Wall right now just because it's sunny there xD)

Even though you'd probably want to visit Andalucia or Castilla (the weather is arid but architecture is awesome) I have to advertise my town a bit too.)

castles AND naked women?

Who needs game of thrones?!

Castles, naked women, corrupt politicians and parties with 77 dishes... We are like real life Game of Thrones xD

And they are filming many episodes for the show in Spain too.

I hereby offer myself up as a tour-guide, of the historical parts, might as well put my three and a half years of failed history studies, to some kind of use...

I will however be unavailable during breakfast, brunch, lunch, afternoon coffee, dinner, evening coffee, bar-time and miscellaneous ^^.

no worries. I am sure kileanna and i will find our way around...


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Rivalries and alliances 4 - Lorms And The World


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Sharoth wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
I blame Freehold DM. Because he likes it so much, I picked up Dead Space , Dead Space 2, and Dead Space 3 from Planet Fun here in Savannah, GA.

why?

You could have just downloaded them.

Because each of the games was $6 apeace. Much cheaper than paying MicroScalp's prices.

shakes fist


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captain yesterday wrote:
at home with the cat, weather is beautiful today. 7 or 8 degrees and overcast with snow falling in sheets, can't beat that. :-)

fify


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King Yesterday Of Action!Town! wrote:

Apparently, it's Mother's Day today.

Happy Mother's Day FaWtL mothers!!!!

Which explains why Pea Bear wanted to make a mix CD of the General's favorite songs, and a card.

I'm screwed.

enacts contingency plans to have the kids make homemade cards, and to assess blame elsewhere. Picks Scooby Doo and Chomping Action Crocodile to take the fall.

how could you have forgotten?!


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The first weekend since start of the job slipped through my fingers far too fast.

Off to bed before getting up at some ridiculously early hour tomorrow.


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Freehold DM wrote:
King Yesterday Of Action!Town! wrote:

Apparently, it's Mother's Day today.

Happy Mother's Day FaWtL mothers!!!!

Which explains why Pea Bear wanted to make a mix CD of the General's favorite songs, and a card.

I'm screwed.

enacts contingency plans to have the kids make homemade cards, and to assess blame elsewhere. Picks Scooby Doo and Chomping Action Crocodile to take the fall.

how could you have forgotten?!

I've been taking care of a five year old with viral pneumonia for just about a week now. :-)


Happy Mother's Day!


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King Yesterday Of Action!Town! wrote:

Apparently, it's Mother's Day today.

...

I'm screwed.

I'm reasonably sure the first sentence belies any truth the last may seem to possess, by implication - one way or the other.


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Vlaeros wrote:
King Yesterday Of Action!Town! wrote:

Apparently, it's Mother's Day today.

...

I'm screwed.

I'm reasonably sure the first sentence belies any truth the last may seem to possess, by implication - one way or the other.

So, it was you watching at our window last night.


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Kileanna wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Kileanna wrote:

If you want castles, Andalucia and Castilla y León have the best ones. La Alhambra and La Mezquita the Cordoba are impressive. I totally recommend Toledo too. It's like walking on a medieval city (and that comes from someone who lives on a city that causes the same impression) and El Alcázar is really beautiful.

In most places tapas are not for free, but un Lugo, where I live, are. Even if food in Galicia differs a bit from the rest of Spain I completely recommend it for gastronomic tourism as we have good food and we are really exaggerated with rations xD (I remember ordering rice with lobster for 3 people and being served a 1,5 kg lobster with more or less 2 kg of rice!)

Galicia, where I live, doesn't have a lot of medieval castles (there is at least one in Monforte) but we have also some stone age settlements and also Roman architecture. My town has a Roman wall and a Roman bridge and they are so well preserved that you can walk on both (not just as a turistic think, I'm going on a walk on the Wall right now just because it's sunny there xD)

Even though you'd probably want to visit Andalucia or Castilla (the weather is arid but architecture is awesome) I have to advertise my town a bit too.)

castles AND naked women?

Who needs game of thrones?!

Castles, naked women, corrupt politicians and parties with 77 dishes... We are like real life Game of Thrones xD

And they are filming many episodes for the show in Spain too.

I hear it's super common to film in Spain if you need a castle, because they're so available and the weather is cooperative.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
I blame Freehold DM. Because he likes it so much, I picked up Dead Space , Dead Space 2, and Dead Space 3 from Planet Fun here in Savannah, GA.

why?

You could have just downloaded them.

Because each of the games was $6 apeace. Much cheaper than paying MicroScalp's prices.
shakes fist

Why are you upset? Of course. You need to watch some Firefly while doing some math.


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Enemies, Compatriot and friends.

I bid thee a good night/day /whatever.


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Assigns Spongebob in pajamas and Rolf the Dog to gather intelligence on what "whatever" is.

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