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... as some of Gaudi's other works. We had lunch on a beach created especially for the Olympics. The sand has to be replaced regularly because of storms. We had paella at xup xup on the beach, the food and location were ideal but the customer service left much to be desired, this became a trend over our ...
... my camera so didn't get any photos. Arrived there at about 7.30pm, so early by Spanish standards. It was a huge restaurant located on the corner with upstairs, downstairs and street seating. We opted for upstairs so we had a good view over the passing traffic and people walking buy. Not only do they eat at weird times, they eat their food differently. None of this entree, main and dessert - done! They eat their ...
... wasted my entire time with a bunch of douchebags who turned out not to be so kind. But then I decided I wouldn't let one bad experience ruin the entire week for me. Barcelona was intense, kind of weird, but all fun. It was one of my favorite weekends in Europe so far, and those guys were part of that. So, I'm remembering those parts and nothing else. People I'll never see again who gave me some great memories. Would I ever see them again by choice? God no.
That's just the beauty of travel.
... Yesterday, my grandfather's watch decided to up and quit, so when I saw that Aldi sold watches I informed the chief right away. He was pleasantly surprised when I dug out a huge, snazzy, elegant men's watch. It looked a million bucks plus a three year guarantee, what more could you ask for? He slipped the watch on back at the lake and felt empowered. What a watch can do to a simple man's ego? Throughout the day people men and women alike commented on his fancy watch ...
... we were finished the owner asked if we wanted to go upstairs anyway and relax on the terrace, one we got there, we were offered a Gin and Tonic which was rude to turn down, and we ended up getting to buckets of London's No 1 G&T's, I hate to think how much these would have cost so we sneaked out in case they charged us.
It was going to be sad to leave Spain as we both had thoroughly enjoyed it, next stop would be Andorra.