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... in the very heart of Barcelona and our apartment is at the top of the historic Las Ramblas pedestrian walk way. In true tourist fashion, we brought our Rick Steve's book and a camera with us as we walked toward the marina and learned about the area. We highly recommend Rick Steve's "Spain" book. Las Ramblas is a bustling tourist district and we would have missed out on some spectacular sights without this great insight. ...
... off to the Turbo store(makers of our team suits) and the Olympic Swim Stadium. We spent a short amount of time there before heading back down the hill and hoping on a bus to go off to the beach. Once we figured out which was the right stop we hoped off the bus and made our way to the sand with the thousands and thousands of other beach goers! Packed in like sardines. All was good because the air was hot and the water was cool. More sand on this beach then ...
... week's class. Very interesting is that everyone is from a different country and language background:
Jasmine--from Iraq but lives in Dubai. Before that, she lived in Egypt. Speaks Arabic and English and perhaps other languages (is Persian a language?)
Caroline--from Paris, France speaks French and English
Alexei--from Russia speaks Russian of course
Charlotte-from Germany speaks German, French, English
Nicole--from Milano, Italy--Filipino mother, Italian ...
... Cooper and the boys had quite an experience. They had lunch in a restaurant and didn't have enough money to cover the bill. Yikes! Out of panic, they used Cooper's emergency fund...Laurie's credit card. Whew... Dinner tonight was at another tapas bar. You can never get tired of eating this way. Unless you are unsure of what is put in front of you. Some of it really doesn't look edible. We were lucky tonight. It was very good. ...
... water in fish ponds is cold.
Next was the Palau de La Virreina on Las Ramblas where as is usually the case there were the giants and monsters of the Seguici Popular, including the magisterial Gegants del Ciutat, Jaume 1 and Violant d’Hongoria and the fearsome Tarasca. There were also programmes for La Merce in various formats, including a handy leaflet that included all the 600 or so La Merce events and features. We grabbed a few.