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... like rack up front, a step-through frame, and a 2-speed automatic transmission(!); stopping was via coaster brake in the rear and a front V-brake. I never did quite get used to not being able to back pedal, and consequently dismounted rather abruptly when stopping. But having the bike allowed to cover way more ground than I would have on foot, while generating a ...
... It was poignant because it was in the style that Jewish or African Americans may be recognised because of their sufferings of the 20th century so it drew a parallel to the victims of our society. A future generation will look back on and be incredulous at how we could be so cruel and ignorant just like we do. We then found the glittering port and ...
... days after this unfortunate event and was buried two days later. Strange facts but seemingly true (assuming repetition is the basis of historical accuracy).
The orange route was just as long and amazing as the first and I was probably lucky some audio problems enticed me to hop-off near a huge column located in the centre of a huge roundabout on which a statue of Christopher Columbus points towards the outer world (though I'm beginning to wonder if the ...
End of the Week Brings New Adventures
It's Friday, so things change up a bit and I took one of Rick Steve's suggested walks though just got to the Placa Catalunya from the school via the metro Rocafort 3 stops up and Rambled on down the Ramblas back home. First, however, I had lunch at a place that looked promising, not having located anything beforehand on Yelp. Usually the daily menu is the trick and I find they only put that in Catalan and Spanish, usually not other languages. ...
... countries across the world with whom I shared the common adventure of this amazing pilgrimage. I loved the food and I loved the vino tinto, always the local wine that was drunk by the local people. No additives, sulphates, etc, so it was easy to drink with no nasty side effects. I loved how when you wanted e.g. Gin and tonic, they didn't measure it out first, but just poured it generously into your glass and didn't "rip you off" in the process. I love the countryside, the ...