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... had to offer. We came across
this wonderful “fountain show” It was great. There was this huge fountain with
lights in it changing the colour of the water, while it “danced” to different
songs that played out of speakers that were also built into this fountain. It
was actually probably the thing I enjoyed the most out of Barcelona. The first
night we saw it was the best, ...
Wednesday 3rd September We are on the road early today as there is much to cover. First stop is an olive estate to learn about the growing, and harvesting olives and the production of olive oil. We sampled two different types to contrast the production techniques and tasted one particular oil with, of all things, ice cream! ..yes ice cream, and it tasted terrific. We learnt of the changes in this industry over the years and know now what to look for when buying this oil. A ...
... line of the Barcelona bus tour and do the other half of the city but it would be too late if they wanted to see the final of the Soccer World Cup! I couldn't imagine the other half of the city would be much different anyhow.
We went back to the hotel, had showers, and went out to get some dinner. There wasn’t that much variety with the local food so we ended up getting some KFC and taking it back to the hotel. We also bought some healthy smoothies from a smoothie ...
... Jaeger (San Francisco) and I love to mix and match odd colors and patterns.)
No adventures today, sorry
Since I need to work and this fat burning, toxin flushing plan I am on is exhausting in the stage where I am still full of both, I will not have any time for any photo op adventures today. But this weekend I have a few things on the list: Friday, a Flamenco Show; Saturday, a water show that I wonder if it compares to the Vegas ...
... covered castellers many times in earlier blogs and there are a lot of photos loaded here to show what it was like. However when there are six colles participating it becomes slightly different to a 'normal' castellers competition because there simply isn't time to get all the castles constructed if they do them in turn, so they often have two or even three teams building at the same time so for the casual onlooker, there is even more to see.