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... of people on the beach – there’s hardly room to walk! I don’t think we’d ever seen so many people on a beach before! I’m sure the beaches on the Gold Coast would be just as packed but I’ve never been there. There were people everywhere of all shapes, sizes, sex, colour and age! We made our way down to the waters edge (they have rubbish sand!) and walked along the water in order to try and find a patch of sand for ourselves. We had to walk quite ...
... the last, and his girlfriend was with him to translate. He was a cuban artist, and his work was very abstract and different. He told us that his paintings were folk art and the music aspect of them was based upon black people playing music. We bought more art. Too good not to. We negotiated ( I always negotiate prices) and basically bought three for the price of two.
We found our way outside the entrance to the park and near the bottom of the ...
... car), and hiked down the mountain to La Barcelonetta, the port area. This was our third visit to Montjuic. In an earlier visit, Alex, Mungo and I went to the Joan Miró Museum, which Mungo and I liked and left Alex cold. Montjuic is also the site of the imposing Palau Nacional and the Font Mágica (Magic Fountain) with its Vegas-style water and light show.
Phew! We did a lot in Barcelona, but the two highlights of our visit was 1) the Barcelona ...
... for unlimited wine tasting and snacks, it was a nice laid back afternoon.
I was really looking forward to Florence, but it was not meant to be. The seas were getting rougher by the minute and after an evening of non-alcohol related staggering about the ship and a night of ever worsening waves the captain announced that it was too dangerous to attempt to get into port. I was disappointed and decided this was reason to return to Italy ...
... viewing platform. What was the point of that? Tibidabo rises 512 metres and looks out over the whole of the city. Climbing an extra 50 metres isn’t going to get you any better view. It is the same view but only things will look slightly smaller!!
At the summit of Tibidabo stands a very characteristic church called Sagrat Cor (Sacred Heart). The flying Jesus that sits atop the spire is reminiscent of the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro.
As we ...