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... to the 1800s and stands well above the rest of the city. We saw some of the other historical sites before heading home to rest and meeting up with some friends at a small cocktail bar in the El Born area.
On Sunday, we had lunch at another amazing Tapas restaurant and then headed to the FC Barcelona game. Experiencing a Futbol game with 2 of the top players in the world and watching them score 5 goals was amazing! Another one of Kevin's sport's ...
... its farthest reach, encompassed most of today's middle east, all of the African and European countries which made up the Mediterranean basin as well as many parts of modern Austria, Romania, Bulgaria, the Balkan countries, Germany, France and England.
A lot of effort went into constructing a simple, small-mouthed orifice down which water flowed.
In case you were curious what two-thousand-year-old bricks and mortar look like.
... tourists (easily identified by their sunburns) alike enjoying the weather. Our last Spanish meal was paella eaten in a lovely square in the Barri Gotic; people strolling by, street performers and shoppers all providing our dinner entertainment. A little more shopping (ask Jeff to show you his cool, new bag) and we were done. It was a wonderful and peaceful way to end our stay in Barcelona. So now it all comes to an end and the work begins...getting everything into our ...
... We found a small quiet place in the Languedoc-Roussillon region. Junas was the exact opposite of the Cote d’Azur. The town was along the Green Way – an old rail line for cycling that connected many communities in the vicinity. There were several points of interest along the cycle path connected to both Roman and medieval times - so we saw bridges and ruins, roads and watermills. We also saw an old stone quarry which was a very cool ...
... you can find at a $$ store to make things work. MacGyvering is a definite skill and Mike is excellent at it. Straps. Two strong wooded old man canes. Some nuts and bolts. A screw gun. Bright yellow tape. Pretty? Not so much. Functional? Absolutely!! Mike put the bikes together while I set up the inside.
The FREE CAMPING spot in Sant Feliu de Guixols had its own charm. Lots of older folks (and some young ones too!) from many countries in ...