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place and order some more sangria and eat some tapas. We tried a thing called
cockles, my god they were awful we had one each and didn’t touch the plate
after one go. We go for some dessert churros and then we find a lounge doing
cheap mojitos and relax there watching video hits till we wander on home
gearing up for our early start on the first bus leg of our journey. Somewhere
along the way I lost my debit card in the midst of the excitement of the city.
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Today is for relaxing. Up at 8 to go to breakfast. I decided to have sweet and savoury again. Still limited to only one plate though, I thought that was best.
Tonight is a formal night, so relaxing all day until I need to start getting ready. More deck time, then we discovered a nice bar on deck 14 with fabulous views of the ship and surrounding sea.
We did a lot of relaxing poolside ...
... very good. The paella, however, turned out as I expected. It was tasty, but the rice to seafood ratio left something to be desired. I will add it to my list of dinners to try to improve upon when I return home. I'll have to remember to summarize our cooking list on my last entry when we report all our stats. Showing we couldn't party with the Spanish, we were pretty tired at this point, so we skipped dessert and headed back to the ...
... and lightening treatment and buckets of water getting dished out - that meant we'd the roof to ourselves (and our wee raincoats). We need a cuppa after that and we ended up in a great wee bar sitting under the usual (for Spain) array of Cured hams - must have been 150 of them along the length of the bar. The coffee was good too so we had a double there. Then it was wonder up the street for another Gaudi sight (Casa Milla) - as well as Gaudi's buildings there is litterally ...