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... 8364;189/kg! Dogs of every breed go everywhere with their owners here, sometimes I think it's whether the dog likes it or not. Haven't seen any water bowls out for the dogs though. We've seen a gorgeous little black and tan Cavie being carried by his human mum, too cute! and saw another 2 Blenheim Cavies in Florence, Emma and Paolo. Missing Mr Darcy that's for sure. Had a funny experience this afternoon, we had to go to the post office, Jus ...
... about my travels for my friends to read, because I really like being able to have that connection back home and share it. With a six hour train journey, I thought I'd be able to catch up a bit. The train rolled out of Paris and headed south towards the Mediterranean. Unfortunately there were no English announcements on the train so we had no idea what was going on, but it didn't matter - we weren't going to miss our stop when it was the one at the end of ...
... kilometres away due to a 24 hour taxi strike throughout Europe. Sick of dragging their suitcases across the cobbled footpaths they took the Metro to the centre of the village then continued their long walk. They eventually arrived at their hotel tucked away down a narrow alley in the Gothic Quarter, within sight of the Cathederal. The Relays & Chateaux Hotel Neri is a 12th century boutique hotel of about thirty suites. Part of the hotel consists of a ...
Of the many notable characters from Barcelona, there is none more distinct than Antoni Gaudi. A brilliant architect who incorporates his dedication to nature and God in his innovative designs, his most famous is the Sagrada Familia. Work on the cathedral began in 1882 and will not be completed for another 20 years. Curved lines are his signature because he has said, "There are no straight lines in ...
... br> Would you believe it, I got it wrong again!
This time we got off one stop too far, and had to find our way back to our plaza.
Both still being full of our lunchtime picnic, we had a simple meal of the remnants with our wine, and played out a few hands of bridge which after a wine or two either becomes easier or just totally futile although I couldn't tell you which.
One day left, before our evening flight home. One of the main things we both want ...