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... movies they play are often ones we have seen but 6 hours on the bus isn't really that bad with 2 service stops.
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... morning when I discovered I’d parked right next to the biggest sun-dial in the world – what’s the chances? And they had the Guinness world record certificate on display to prove it!
I had a long drive South from Zaragoza to meet up with Alan at his house in Planes near Alicante. He’d talked about it many times over the years and I’d always planned to visit. I’m glad I did because it’s ...
... charged, and the long lines necessitated getting a ticket and entering the park at a scheduled time. We almost gave up on the park, but a good lunch at a nearby restaurant helped us pass the time until we could go into the park at 2:30.
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... and watch the Catelonians all stand and chant at the 17:14 mark). The Catelan flag was hung everywhere - in instances replacing, or hanging just slightly higher than the Spanish flag. It would be fair to say they are keen for independence. Our tour finished at the Arc du Triumph (yes it seems everywhere wants a triumphant archway) which was built quickly for the king after Gaudi didn't finish his 'perfectionist' pavement walkway in time.
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