Apartments Sata Sagrada Familia Area
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... Pedro. As they are two retired nearly-80-year-olds with no children, life was decidedly and pleasantly uneventful, consisting almost entirely of sunbathing, eating, and chatting. One little treat however was getting to hear a 38-year-old tape recording of my mom and grandma during a long-ago visit to Spain. We sat in Mercedes and Pedro’s all-white living room of their beach bungalow, straining to make out the words above the analog hiss of ...
... Patisserie (I got more later on), and kicked back at the beach Estoril (one of the nicest beaches I've been at). I think I might be the most tanned I've ever been in my life.
The highlight of Lisbon, and in fact of the entire Iberian Peninsula, has been the food (closely followed by the "Sexiest WC In The World", complete with suggestive photography, multi-coloured toilet paper and complementary wifi). I've already ...
... That night we had a Paella-- which was delicious and a couple other tapas. Then we randomly went to watch a Flamenco dancer perform which was so awesome. It was probably one of the most favorite things I have done this trip because of how passionate the dancer was and how unique the sound was. Very cool. The next day we revisited Sagrada Familia and went inside..(also one of Gaudi's designs) Holy frijoles, it was so grand. It has been under construction for almost 200 years and ...
... flamenco dance for 10 euro at a bar called tarantos. So after the bar we head there. Grant gets us lost but we eventually find it with 5 minutes to spare. It's standing room only but we get a good view. Flamenco can be described I think as feisty passionate tap dancing. It's aggressive, builds up but can also be graceful & sexy. Bull fighting is now banned in most parts of Spain including Barcelona & they only do it once a year in Valencia. I know ...
... hotel, the cool toilets, baths, and beds. We heard some music and opened our window to overlook the next hotel's courtyard and a live band. Kurt and I stood at the window and listened and he thought it was really cool, watching the people just hanging out listening to the music. He said "mommy, someday i would like to just hang out like that and chat and listen to that nice music with you, can we do that sometime?" And I said "sweetheart, we can do that next week in a piazza in ...