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... ocean. Just a little while. :) I'm a bit nervous contemplating my 1000 km walk to the sea, but also strangely serene. I 'm ready, setting off with just a rough list of towns, kms in between and a line I sketched in to indicate the elevation change. Why does it feel like so little with be enough?
So here I go, getting lighter and lighter as I slim my pack even more and cut off all my hair. Wish me ...
... that is very foreign to us but I think it is safe to say we are well oriented in the area we are in and our confidence is growing! Barcelona is divided into many different neighbourhoods or 'Barrios'. I'll reference the following website and first picture as to how we best learned what is the flavour of each region: http://www.barcelonanet.org/barcelona_m ap.html Our airbnb place is in the district just north of the waterfront/Olympic area ...
... or so. It’s actually very beautiful and I found the cabin roomy enough and the layout easy. This will be more than comfortable for our 10 day voyage.
We made our way for food, found the art gallery (oh heavens!), and the casino. (oh heavens again!) All my vices housed on board!
It was fun checking out the decks but a little too windy and chilly to walk outside. It was an impressive start to our trip. Today was a good ...
... horn to get you to move faster. The drive from Rome to Bologna took five hours through beautiful country, along twisty, turny roads and by the time we arrived to destination Patrick was ready to just relax and so was I.
After our getting lost adventure in Rome, and the white knuckle driving to Bologna, and the fact that we had spent most of our time together since August we decided to have a day apart. After all, they say ...
... can't believe that I was not only able to go to a beach at the end of September, but also go swimming.
On our last day in Barcelona we took a tour of the famous Freixnet winery. They are known for their Cava, which is a sparkling wine. We also stopped on our way home at Montserrat which is an active monastery. We didn't do a tour our anything, just walked around to see the amazing views. ...