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... of real statutes, people dressed up, some totally covered in gold or silver. They looked really good. I bet they were so hot though! We stopped at a stall selling fruit on the way and grabbed some fresh cut pineapple and melon, which was yummy and fresh. We knew where the general direction of the beach was but not the exact location so we just followed the main throng of the people also carrying towels and wearing bathers! When we actually reach the beach, we are astonished at ...
... that know me well know that I love art and have an art buying problem. Amanda knows that I have this problem but I said, "at least it's not a drug buying problem!" She said, yes, hunny that is very true!
We wandered some more and there were people playing instruments under a walkway. There were many tourists, people snacking on things and probably just passing time like us, waiting to get in. Then we found another artist. Dammit. This guy was even ...
... and lots of colors.” Maybe they did learn something. While Elias was sketching, a group of attractive French young women were staring at him and gesticulating animatedly. Then one of them came up to him and kissed him on the head and stroked the side of his cheek. Elias was quite put-off. Alex said just wait about 8 years.
To balance the museum/church visits, we went to Montjuic Park and played tag on the playgrounds, rode the ...
This is the port city nearest Rome. It's about 90 minute train ride back to the beautiful chaos of Rome. Since we had just been there we decided to partake in a ship excursion that would take us to Lake Bracciano and then to a vineyard for some wine tasting. We boarded the bus and off we went through the countryside to visit the small lakeside town with narrow streets and wonderful lake views. Afterwards we visited Casale ...
... in October. Today is Wednesday!! I knew this, why didn’t the tourist information?? As it turns out, we managed to catch a number 169 bus that took us to exactly where we wanted to be.
The funicular at the base of Tibidabo is one that is NOT covered by the T-dia!! A return costs €9. However, the view from the top was spectacular. I noticed that some people had taken Norman Foster’s Torre de Collserola and were suspended in a cradle an extra 50 metres ...
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