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... sitting at the dinner table until 10:30 just talking. It was nice to spend quality time together! We found a taxi, and took it to Apollo night club. When we got there, it was closed and didn't open until 12:30am. Instead of waiting, we walked to the beach and decided to hang out there for the night. We got into a club called Pacho for free and hung out there for a couple hours. We got back to the hostel around 2:30 am and are off to bed! ...
... to do that earlier this week. When we got to the chair shop it was closed for the Spanish lunch 2-5 Typical!!! Also on our Task list we need to purchase some reeds to go on the inside of the balcony so blondie doesn't attempt to chuck himself over or get his big onion head stuck in the rails. Craig had been recommended two places, one turned out to be a massive very gorgeous flower shop but they didn't sell reeds. ...
... 15.3599996566772px; white-space: pre-wrap; background-color: rgb(219, 237, 254);">Football over for the day, we headed to the Food markets off La Rambla. They were an incredible experience, with fish just sitting on wooden benches, and all sorts of strange meats as well as exotic fruits and bright fruit smoothies. We continues along La Rambla, once again smothered in Christmas lights, back to the hotel.
Okay so SPAIN take #2: Barcelona.
I think this is probably my least favorite port. That's not really saying anything because every port has been amazing but there were some meh shmee moments that were just not prime. First world problems, you know. We didn’t do a whole lot but it was still a good time. Anyway this is blog number two of three and I hope you are all enjoying bloggity blog Christmas time.
DAY #1: We got up for breakfast then went into town with ...
When one is in Spain one should at least see on bit of artistic culture shouldn't one?
This was my thoughts but I would now think again. I do not know if it was the show we chose or if they are all like the one we saw. The dancing was quite amazing. I can also appreciate the skill needed to play Flamenco guitar but there appears to be little rhythm. The singing however ...