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... name, but learned everything else about him. After that, we found this cool indoor market with all kinds of rainbow juices and went out for the Gaudi walking tour. On this tour we met some people from Canada, Mexico and Slovenia. We got to see different structures designed by Gaudi, ending with La Sagrada Familia. It was definitely one of the most beautiful churches I've ever seen. After the ...
Got up early this morning and were out the door of the hostal by 6am to get to the train station in plenty of time up our sleeves. Boarded the RENFE train and took our seats for the first sector to Ourense. It lasted only 38 minutes. At Ourense we had about 2 hours to wait to connect with the Barcelona bound train so we found a cafe a couple of streets from the station to have some breakfast and catch up on emails etc ...
... its gardens and a few buildings within designed by the great architect. We took in the fantastic views over the city from a lookout and had a lunch of baguette, ham and cheese (accompanied by my Spanish red wine of course) in the gardens. Though we didn’t fancy getting the entry ticket we peeked into the mosaic-decorated pavilion and towers in the lower part of the park before descending the hill and catching the metro back towards the city ...
... eggs in the fridge, that was a treat.
As we marched through the old city gates to our right was the Anfiteatro Arena (30 AD) still used today for concerts and plays. The sun was just setting and the rooftops of Verona were bathed in a golden glow. We visited the requisite churches and admired the architecture and art contained within, crossed the Adige River using the pedestrian bridge Pie Petra and arrived at the Teatro Romano (late 1st ...
Well that actually sounds wonderful doesn't it? Perhaps I'd misjudged you Spain.
Also, you've made me realise I'm a little tougher than I thought I was.
There was a stage in my life when having my phone and wallet stolen and being tackled by a masterbating lunatic would have reduced me to a puddle of tears who wanted to go home to my mother.
It's good to know that's not the case ...