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Well, I just spent a half hour typing an entry to catch everyone up for the past few days, but the computer decided to delete it....soo this is all ya get. We are having a blast and staying safe. If you want to hear more email us, or we will be updating again soon. Hope all is well, R & J And we´re back. Well Barcelona has been great to us, but …
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Next stop Barcelona.
The drive from Andorra took a couple of hours, so we stopped for a roadside lunch to route and took in the scenery – pretty cool being surrounded by the Pyrenees.
We checked into a cabin at a camping ground that had been recommended to us by another family we met on our travels. It's right on the beach and also had a swimming pool – the downside is it is near the airport so we are getting ...
... pulsed subtly with soft background music—a type of music that evoked defiant tones of struggle, determination, and triumph. Just from the entrance, this stadium was sure to prove that soccer was the essence of Catalan nationalism.
If the interior design team in charge of constructing this introductory exhibit of FCB history was supposed to create a transcending fútbol experience, ...
Spent the day at Poble Espanyol (Spanish Village). A lot of character with stoned buildings, paths and little shops. Boys taken by a local glass blower. He was making a bunch of Glass Bulls which one ended up coming home with us. The boys are now right ...