Well, it's almost the end of month #2 in Spain, so here are a few more every-day differences I've noticed!
1. Black cats and Friday the 13th are lucky, not unlucky.
2. The ice cubes at restaurants are bigger and differently shaped.
3. Most hinges have two pieces, not three.
4. Engagement rings aren't really a thing, and the placement of wedding rings, if a couple has them at all, varies.
5. At the end of a performance, people clap for a lllooooonnnnnnggggg time.
An uncomfortably long time. (Uncomfortable for me, at least.)
6. Public restrooms are few and far between.
Pro tip: if you're desperate, look for an American chain like Burger King or Starbucks.
7. Men walk closer together.
Personal space bubbles are smaller in general.
8. There are noticeably more dads out and about with their kids.
Also, most strollers look like bassinets.
9. Olive oil is a way of life.
10. Most bars also have espresso machines.
11. If you order a coffee , you will get a plain shot of espresso.
Pro tip: café con leche (coffee with milk) is delicious!