Sunday, November 4, 2018

Soccer Loop

I walked out to one of the local soccer stadiums this morning. Here's the track I made as recorded by my phone:

It's called Estadio Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán and it's where the local pro team plays:

It was a cool and cloudy morning. Things were a lot quieter this morning than yesterday during the procession:

I also saw these old Roman ruins:

They're called Acueducto Romano Tramo. They date pretty far back, but have been rebuilt a couple of times, most recently at the end of the 14th century. The dark brown is an external support bar added relatively recently. Like the old Roman column, these ruins sit in a hole because in the time since their construction, the ground level has risen around it.


Generally quiet day around the house. We did a couple of loads of laundry hoping that we could get enough sun to dry them on the roof. We did manage it, but just barely. With the painters working on the building during the week, Sat and Sun are good days to take advantage of the rooftop. Otherwise, drying clothes on the indoor rack takes about 24 hours and that with a fan blowing on them the whole time.

Otherwise, I read a bit, worked on my paper a bit, watched some netflix, studied some Spanish.