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... packed with day trips and weekends away. I am still working full time on projects Mondays through Thursdays as well, of course!
This means I will unfortunately be blogging less, but will do my best to touch base once or twice a week!
Raining in Spain is Mainly on my Plain (and colorful) Clothes!
As is my wont, I always seem to do my laundry here right before the weather turns and the clothes just get rained on! So unless it stops today long enough ...
... Belgium Tapas Bar, a big mistake. The owner came and told us all about the fresh ingredients and how they are all made to order when the customer comes in. When we ere finally served we ordered a drink each and a tapas to go with it. Warren ordered their blue fin tuna speciality. All our drinks and tapas arrived except for Warrens and we had finished ours and our drinks before his arrived , and that after ...
... and were met at our bus with the Spanish speakers that we were grouped with today, by our tour guide – he told us the Spanish speaking guide was called Maria Jose, the bus driver Paola Jose and he was simply known as Jose, so we could just call all of them Jose (Pronounced Hosay). Antoni Gaudi is an architect whose creative work has contributed significantly to the artistic avant-gardes of architecture in the 20th century, with the bulk of his creative ...
... there was just old people sitting around in wheelchairs - bizzarre!
We have seen no sign of pick-pockets or gypsys - even the Metros seem very uncrowded, in contrast to Paris or London. The Spaniards have been very friendly and helpful, and many of the younger ones speak English. The language has been slightly challenging, as we keep responding in French! I think it is definitely the off-season here. We're certainly enjoying ...
... small motorcycles and scooters. On a weekday streets are lined with commuters' cycles and it is common to see a man in a suit or a woman in high heels riding their BMW 125 to work. Barcelona has a hugely popular bike rental program allowing locals to pick up one of 6000 bikes at one location and return it to another location 30 minutes later. Paired with a great bus and subway system, and many taxis, no one needs to own a car, and those who do, own small models.