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Discussion in 'The Pub' started by iluvstrats, Nov 15, 2019.
I'm taking daily conversational Spanish classes.
Lived in Southern Spain for about a year, no experience up north, but my experience was that trying to habla was a lot better than doing the you'll-speak-English-for-me thing, yeah.
I'll be spending Jan and Feb 2020 in Columbus, Ohio. I certain you'll be having much more fun.
With the EU labor agreements, you'll likely run into as many English waiters and shop workers as you will Spaniards (the reverse seemed to be true when I went to London). Advice above is sound, trying is really appreciated by the locals. I had multiple instances in cafes where I fumbled badly in Spanish, but the staff appreciated that I was trying to talk to them and switched the conversation to English and sat down for several minutes and chatted with me. Really relaxed and friendly.
Arrived Thursday and sat in with a very good 3 piece jazz band that night. Super nice people. The club owner bought me a couple glasses of wine and gave me a t shirt. The food here is just ridiculously good.
That sounds like too much fun. Enjoy!
That sounds awesome!
Have a good time.
Just don't steal any bikes.
A couple of months of pintxos.
It doesn't get better. Have fun!
Ive been jamming with a great local jazz band for the last 3 thursdays since I arrived and the manager just offered me a gig playing a set of my tunes. The club is called Altxerri JazzBar and is a very cool place with great artists booked regularly . Found a bass player and trumpet player who knows a drummer visiting from NYC. Should be fun.