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Paseo de los Carmenes

2007.08.22
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Jessica's school
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This is the only known photo of the extremely rare alabaster waterless fountain.
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Ah yes, my bimbo delivery has arrived...
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The most timid cat I've had the pleasure of meeting.
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A typical entryway to a Carmen house.
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Grapevines. These houses are named for the grape gardens that usually accompany the house; Carmen is Arabic for "grapes" supposedly.
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Another Carmen house.
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Full bloom
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Your typical Opel, turbo-diesel of course.
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"In this house, which he designed, lived Hermenegildo Lanz"
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Cats, statues, lillypads oh my! (remember, this is someones house, not a public plaza or something...)
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We were in no real danger as this fearsome beast was declawed.
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Carmen of Macasar
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The fresh produce at our local SPAR. ¡No toque la fruta!
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My dream ride: El Vespino
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People in the United States typically do not consider Aloe Vera to be a suitable compliment to white chocolate.
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The Spanish do not harbor resentment against communist regimes, and so it is possible to obtain certain products, such as this much-coveted Cuban chocolate. Note how they haven't even bothered to offer an English translation on the packaging.
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