We had the wonderful opportunity to spend Hart's first Father's Day in Spain. We missed the other dads in the family, but you have to admit that Father's Day in Spain is pretty cool too!
We arrived at our hotel in Seville around 2:30pm. To put that in perspective, we left our house on Saturday at 2:30pm and arrived in Madrid around 8:30am. We then took a commuter plane to Seville leaving around 1pm. Remember that Spain is 6 hours ahead...so it's really akin to leaving Saturday at 2:30pm and arriving on Sunday at 8:30am. We got about 3 hours of sleep on the plane, so that wasn't half bad...but didn't get to sleep until about 1am Spain time Sunday night. So, all in all, it was quite a long day of travel!
Anyway, we spent the afternoon touring around Seville and had some tapas for dinner. Lunch is typically from about 1-4pm and then dinner begins around 8pm (although, most folks don't go eat until 9 or 10pm).
We went to the FIRST ice-breaker/social, and then headed back to our rooms around 10pm to play every traveling family's favorite timezone game- the crying attrition game. We think we won around 1am...but it's hard to tell.
Sierra gave me my very first father's day gift- the Daddy Cuddles book. Fun Times and Great Reading! Melissa also picks terrific father's day gifts- the Discovery Channel's Planet Earth series on DVD. Awesome!
A few pictures of Father's Day around town in Seville, Spain :)