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Last night we started packing because we had our doubts as to whether we could bring all our clothes home because of everything that we bought! It's looking pretty good! On our riverboat cruise 2 years ago, I had to leave my hot curling rollers because I just plum ran out of room. We really tried hard to buy small things--and I think that we were successful.
This is our day of "lasts". Our last breakfast, our last tour. . . and our last tour left us ...
... This was one of the reasons we didn't stay there. By the time we arrived it was about 11am and we quite sweaty since it was a hot day.
We had an hour to kill but found a bench to sit on in the shade with a nice breeze. We saw quite a few other busabout people all milling around waiting for the tour guide to arrive. Because we have already done this loop we are meant to be on standby. ...
... then Barry and I shared a small order of paella.
Cultural note: I succumbed to the enticing display of cold cocktails and ordered a Gin and Tonic, thinking how refreshing it would be, and I was not yet ready for any red wine. I don't know if it's universally true in Spain, because it was the only cocktail I ordered, but the waiter started pouring gin over the ice in the glass. I ...
... one 30 meter pool(used for water polo and synchronized swimming training) and one 30m diving well(used for diving training of course). all indoors with a weight room, training room and locker room facilities included. Such an amazing pool facility.
While there we once again scrimmage some of the local Spanish players and even split the girls up for a while mixing them with the Spanish girls to play a we rounds together, This was a lot of fun and the ...
... out after one bite!) and some plump dark red cherries for something sweet.
We got the metro up to Park Guell, and half walked, half caught the outdoor escalators (thank goodness for them!) up the steep hill. We were almost over Gaudi by this stage, but Park Guell was a great way to finish up – something a little different (Gaudi’s take on landscape gardening) and fantastic views of the city on a clear blue BCN day. Park Guell came about around 1900, when a ...