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... some amazing and beautiful memories. But this visit was done, so once breakfast was over / Daniel only had his stomach's lining left inside it, we walked down to the station to grab a taxi. Paris stations are a little different to other stations, in that instead of having one major hub, Paris has like six to cater for trains going in any direction, so we decided a taxi was our easiest way to get to Paris Gare de Lyon, which was on the opposite side of ...
... fourth round of rock-paper-scissors it was myself and Laura and Julie that got the room that stepped onto the pool deck. Leisa and Maki had the dungeon down on the street.
Day one at Santorini was dominated by food. Julie took us to a place that she remembered on the main street. It was a tiny little kebab place and it cost only 2.30 euros to get a wrap with meat, lettuce, tomato and (wait for it) …. (pause for effect) … ...
... white wall itself was broken tiles and weaving in and out like waves. Everything was three dimensional. Galdi did not like straight lines or flat surfaces. In the center of the staircase were three separate water structures. The bottom one was the final one and had earth colored rock which was covered in algae and plants. The middle one was a large mosaic "dragon" which basically looked like a big lizard. this dragon had a throng of tourists around it and ...
... turned all night.
Customs at the Barcelona airport was the easiest and quickest I've ever seen. Perhaps because it was 7 am? No line, and not a single question. I'm not sure how safe that is, but it sure is nice when you're exhausted.
I think my Ambien started to (finally) kick in around this time. I grabbed my bags and got in a cab and headed straight to the hotel. I'm staying at the Le Meridien on Las Ramblas, which is ...
Shopping for food is lots of fun at the markets. We even if cooking instructions from one butcher but who knows what he said LOL.
We are still trying to work out the catalan days of the week so we can figure out when stuffs open.
Lots of nice fruit, nectarines & peaches. I guess it's about 300 metres away so close. V handy!