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... was the Modern Guitar and he played a selection that showed many different techniques of using all parts of the guitar, picking strings with both hands and using the box of the guitar in such a way that you thought there was a snare drum playing along. He got a standing ovation. He did two encores. He sang and played Granada. He sang in a most beautiful tenor, again tears. We got back to the hotel about 11:00 and we were glad for a 7:30 wake up call tomorrow.
... of time working out how to restring a guitar. I got there in the end though, and he was so appreciative, it was cool. After that, most of them left to go out, and we stayed in the common room with the guitar guy, from London, a German guy and a Lithuanian girl. We took it in turns passing the guitar around and playing songs together. The German guy had an amazing playing style and an amazing voice. (Pity he was a little obnoxious though!!) There was a girl staying in ...
... to read and figure out signs in Hebrew and Arabic. We have settled in and are now ready to get some food like Spanish Tapas! Our hotel is outside the city a little so we have to take the metro to get to the sites. We will likely just relax and enjoy the day and tomorrow take on Barcelona! Our trip is winding down and we are blessed to have been able to take this trip. Love and miss you ...
... suburban life in this area. People here mainly live in apartments, so lots of people are out and about whenever they can. Lots of entire multi-generational families, lots of kids out playing and dogs taken for walkies. It was a convivial atmosphere. We happened to see a BBC program on TV while here about the reduction in the birth rate in Spain, since the economic crisis, apparently there has been a marked drop, ...
... making it look like a cliff-type rock with caves. The roof was meant to be extraordinary and features a number of surrealistic colourful chimneys, but we decided it wasn't worth the 20 Euro entry fee and carried on to the even more intreguing Casa Batllo.
We stood for a while, open mouthed in the welcoming 20 degree heat staring up at the wonderful Casa Batllo. It was like nothing we'd ever seen before, except for in our imaginations when reading story books as ...
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