After a long but relatively straightforward day of travel we found our apartments in the middle of town. After a quick freshening up we hit the streets in search of our first local flavor. El Born (our neighborhood) did not disappoint. Since it was just our first of many tapas meals we went with the tried and true – croquettas, Jamón y queso…among a few other things. Oh, and not one but TWO pitchers of sangria. Toasted a safe arrival and whatever lies ahead. Dropped the dad’s back off at the apartment before David and I set off to have dinner with a professor of David’s from UNC! It’s now nearly 2:00am and we are just getting settled. I even walked quietly on the stairs as we passed my dad’s door – didn’t want to get in trouble coming in after curfew!
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