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... 8220;Quite common here.” That explained a lot, including my raised
hackles from the moment I stepped out of the taxi.
I thought back and even wondered if the taxi
driver thought I was asking for a ride to “work”. Good Grief. Now, for those of you who are
worried for my safety, I don’t believe I was in any immediate danger, and having
become street smart in Italy, I have the honed instincts needed ...
... vents. We toured the roof, the attic and one of their apartments. It was built where the owners lived in the down stairs and rented out apartments. Not as impressive to me as the Casa Batllo. By the time we finished the tour, it was almost 4 pm so we had lunch. Calamari and salad with mashed potatoes. Back in our room we are just relaxing for the rest of the day. We leave for Madrid in the morning. Should be ...
It was time to leave the cold weather of Switzerland and finally head to something we recognized. Our Arizona blood was not up for this cold weather any longer. We packed our bags and grabbed a taxi to the boarder where we were going to take the public transit the rest of the way. Good thing we went with this option since a cab ride was 9 euro...for a mile. We jumped on the metro, which we were finding was the ...
... out and glided through the dark steerts, lit with bright bars and alfresco seating and chatter. I'd read about a lagoon, south of Valencia by 15km which sounded like a peaceful spot to park up in, so we drove over, locating a semi deserted street amongst high rise apartment blocks, with dark windows. Of course there's a bit of edginess in some of the cities, although plenty of tourists were flashing expensive camera kit in Barcelona. As we left the edge of Valencia, ...
... hours at the beach and just chilled out - only saw about 4 speedos which Petar was pretty disappointed to hear about! On my way home I stopped at this little hole in the wall that KCB recommended to me, it was the craziest thing I've seen yet. It's a little bar that serves all sorts of meat sandwiches and cava - Spain's champagne. It was F-ing nuts!!!!! It was 3:30pm and there was a bouncer at the door moving people inside - we were literally spooning as you moved ...