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I had a really nice time being back in Edinburgh for a few days. It was good to see a bunch of friends and family while I was back (Paul, Jo, Keith, Hayley, Ross, Graham, Grum, Richie, Emma, Bec, the Preachers, and the Melville staff), and it’s a shame I didn’t have more time to get to see …
... No Aussie accent, actually not much speaking at all, just nod head alot!! Priceless!
Sunday 1 September
Happy Father's Day to all dads and thinking of our loved ones no longer with us.
First day of spring in Australia and first day of autumn here in Barcelona. The weather is glorious - over 30 degrees. The Hilton is lovely and cool but elsewhere they don't believe in air conditioning. Rolling with it though!
Today we are going to explore the city by ...
... winding staircase...not for the faint of heart.
Once back at the bottom, we were ready to take in the structure and its creative design. PIcs and video attest to the magnificence of this place and its creator.
The Marty experience was 3 hours plus. to properly take it in.
Break- winner, winner, chicken dinner plus a world class view all from KFC across the way :) ...Tommy's best lunch in Spain. I ...
... contiki optional) which was actually really good, then to dinner in port Olimpic. Tapas, paella and sangria! Went to Olimpic bar in port Olimpic for a little while but mostly just wanted to go home and sleep. Barcelona is such a fun, colorful, interesting city. I really want to come back here one day and spend more time here. Love it way more than Paris. Sunday - got up at 5:45 to run, when I was running from like 6-7am the streets were ...
... which is the highest residential floor, with the next level up being the roof bar and so on. James liked the look of our room but we escorted him to his hostel when we'd dropped our bags off and had to wait 30 minutes or so for some kind of a shift change (there are a couple of quite nice bars opposite so this wasn't much of a hardship).
When all was sorted out (it turned out that James' dormitory was nearly as nice as our room) we set off in search of La Merce. We found it ...