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... that there is still a tension between regions of Spain who fear their cultural identity will be diluted or swallowed with the ongoing union under "Spain". Galicia retains its own language, Navarre still retains its own language, Catalonia retains its own language, while speaking the common language of spanish. Their sense of cultural origins remains strong as they move forward. I love the story of their faith, with all its highs and lows. Their basilicas, cathedrals, churches, ...
... find them closed. We went back to our hostel to get our bags, some how we ended up in a small city outside of Barcelona. We were on a time crunch and really cutting it close with this terrible set back. We did manage to get back to the airport before the Turkish Airlines closed and we got the information we needed for our flight and settled in because we stayed the night in the airport as we had to check-in at 4am the next day.
Ready to go home, but I will miss Europe for sure.
Good morning Lord. So we had to get up this morning at 9am. I was already awake but the girls were still sleeping. Breakfast was available from 8-10am. We headed down, had breakfast because we were hungry. Coco pops, cornflakes, toast with mini muffins were available with ham and cheese. Jasmine figured out how to make coffee so made the attempt. She observed how the others used it and then did the same. She did a good job. After breakfast we were still sleepy, ...
... by the Catalonians during the Spanish war. The Catalonians were republicans and were against Franco’s rise to power. They were inevitably outnumbered.
Outside the cathedral there were some buskers playing jazz. They had a piano on wheels, a trumpet and a banjo. They were very good and the banjo player sang in a voice that made it sound like he was singing on a 1920s radio ...
... and the whole village is built like a "rabbit warren" - a little secret spot around every corner.and all the Jewish architecture still in place..
Leaving Girona we travelled out to the coast, and the blue,blue Mediterranean. We enjoyed a late lunch in a Taverna at an oceanside cove at Palafrugell,, with Garry thinking the views on the beach enjoyable too (lots of topless birds).
Our 'very reluctant to leave ' party of 7 were ...
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