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Travel Blogs from Barcelona
... the inevitability of this.
The major question was where to have dinner.
Here? There? Over there?
No, back at the first place we looked at, just down the street from the flat, by the row of recycling bins.
We chose some tapas and they were excellent... not only that, home was very close by, which was perfect.
All that remains is to convince my internal clock that a good ten hours is the way forward.....
... went quickly and we were not so tired. There was no time between the connecting flights, you virtually walked off one flight and went to the loo and it was time to get back on the next flight. No extraordinary stories other than in Dubai the plane stopped at the furtherest point of the airport where you disembarked on the Tarmac and you are taken to the terminal which was the furtherest point in the opposite direction to be directed to a train to take you to somewhere in the middle ...
... at 4 and weve hardly seen him! We sat down to watch hurling something Sinsia or I had never seen before. Sinisa the man of every sport was excited to watch it so we ordered beers and food and settled in. It was quite interesting almost like being back in Ireland the place was packed with Irish screaming yelling swearing getting rambunctious. Sinisa bet Dave on the game so they were really into it jumping out of their ...
... early 1900’s. Gaudi abandoned all other works so he could focus all his energies into its completion. At the time of his death (he died earlier than expected after getting hit by a bus) only the crypt was complete. It has taken hundreds of engineers, architects and designers to interpret his drawings and sketches to get what we have today. Even now it is not complete and works are expected to continue for at least another 30 years. After lining up in the ...
... the border to Switzerland for our two night stay
in the Swiss Alps town of Lauterbrunnen. The Swiss Alps are a picture postcard
come to life, with there being no possibility of taking a bad photo! Rolling
green hills, sheer cliffs, pine trees, wild flowers, pet cows, two waterfalls,
and snow capped mountains could all be caught in one photo! It was almost too
much to take in as it was so beautiful, it was like it wasn’t real. That first
night we ...