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... first port was Gibraltar and we did a fast walk to the cable car to beat the crowds so that we could ride up 'the rock' for a panoramic view which is what most people want to do. The weather was ideal with clear, bright skies, giving us a lovely overview of this very British peninsula on the tip of Spain, across the straight between the mainland and northern Africa (Morocco). There is a large colony of Barbary Macaques (monkeys) resident on the rock and we found them jumping ...
... at a small bar near the church.
With our new(and crazy) travel companion we stopped off at the Arc de Triomf before heading home to get ready to go out.
... them which branch to take, and the 4 of us set off together. A short while later the pavement ended but we pressed on in the dirt, knowing our destination must be close. Then we hit the T intersection next to the highway, and things started to unravel. From our maps we knew the highway should be on our left, but that seemed to put us heading north, which didn't make sense. We could see a sign on the highway ...
... Gaudied" so we went to the Picasso Museum to view his life and works. Picasso's life work is well documented since his father was an art dealer and he saved the sketches and paintings from his elementary years on. It is hard to imagine formal portraits that look like Dutch masterworks coming from the brush of Picasso. The museum included the early sketches and figure studies for a Barcelona restaurant he frequented with his buddies around 1900. We stopped by ...
... 8217;re hot. We’re tired. "Ok, so if we walk back to the hotel there’s time for a quick shower, then we can head down to Catalunya Square, have a walk through La Rambla, and then catch the bus to see the amazing fountain and light show in front of the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya at 9:00PM." I concede that I was wrong. We did have time to do it all today, even though I suspect She has sore feet and won’t admit ...