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... br> We made it all the way (about 2km) to the marina, where we enjoyed a meal by the water, before making our way back to the apartment. With day one in the books, we have begun our Sangria and Tapas tour by experiencing our first Sangria (of course), jambon (cured ham), bocadillo (baguette), paella (self explanatory) and (lots of) red wine, as well as a taste of the Spanish culture and architecture (Gaudi!)
... beach I have been too. Usually they are filled with rocks to walk and lay on not sand.
After a couple of hours at the beach we made our way to the bus stop and figured out which one to take to get back to the hotel. We were good too except got off one stop short and had to walk just a bit but trust me by now they are all used to me making them walk.
Then it was some free time in the hotel to either pack or buy those last bit of souvenirs or read ...
... Italian and perhaps English--laughs at my constant confusion of Spanish and Italian -such as confusing essere with ser, etc.
Renate--from Recife, Brazil--also laughs when I confuse Portuguese terms for Spanish. For instance--to earn is ganar in Spanish, gagner in French, ganhar in Portuguese, so it is quite easy to confuse everything! I am speaking some kind of Span-Ital-Fran-Portuges-ish, I guess.
Segure--from Norway--Norwegian and English
So in the grammar ...
... Katie even ate it. Cooper eats everything that is put in front of him so there is no issue there. The kids got to have a glass of Sangaria for the first time. Most of them liked it. For the ones who didn't finish their glass, there was someone else who was more than willing to finish it for them. Back to the hotel after dinner to pack. Its been a long, exciting week. We are all exhausted. Memories that will last a lifetime....so ...
... the Travelodge to get ready for a night out. We were disappointed to discover that La Cervesita was not open when we got back. We hadn’t noticed that they are closed on Thursdays. Well it would still be there tomorrow.
Dinner was found in the excellent and inexpensive Caffe Antico in Vila de Gracia where we also found a couple of nice bars to idle away a few hours before a relatively early night in the Travelodge’s comfortable beds.