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... her sixties, so I'm ready to lose it at that point. I mean what do you say to that?
Our second laugh for the afternoon came from the chaperone for our group that we think was a Princess crew member. Anyway this guy gets on the bus wearing jeans that look like we drug him across the Atlantic, a tooth missing, and both sides of his head shaved. Our guide was worried about all of us being dressed appropriately to go ...
... green route bus, while taking photos on a large roundabout with fountains and good views of the buildings and avenues running away from it, we took a photo for an older Irish couple. Craig loves the Irish humour. He said to the man that we'd been in Ireland last year and the man replied that they - the Irish - have been there hundreds of years. We got onto rugby and they too had been at last years last gasp win by the All Blacks in Dublin. They mentioned the Munster win against the ...
... I have had the chance to explore the inside of. I had Beef Tartare for dinner (eeeeekk!!!). Followed by gelato and macarons! Topped off the night with a ferris wheel ride. The Rhone River on my right, the city walls on my left...bliss! I was also lucky enough to have a double bed...that was quite a bonus. On the way out of town we stopped at the Pont du Gard. Am amazing bridge/aqeduct built in the 1st century!! It's a bloody big structure and amazingto think that ...
... educational and cultural organizations. Within, you can wander a pleasant garden surrounded by Gothic pillars.
• Entrances on C/Carme & C/Hospital 56
• Courtyard open 9am–8pm daily
10. Església de Sant Pau del Camp--Deep in the heart of El Raval is this Romanesque church, one of the oldest in Barcelona. Originally founded as a Benedictine monastery in the 9th century and subsequently rebuilt, this ancient ...
... turned out to be a break water park.
Once we finally made it to the beach, we found out that this was one of the longest beaches in Barcelona, 8 continuous miles. There was a boardwalk with people waking, cycling, rollerblading, running and skateboarding down it. The walk was quiet but it was dotted with restaurants and cafes. We found a nice one that was beach side. The server spoke to us in English, ...