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... that in Europe, English is the “first”
second language that people learn, and there are tons of people who travel to
Europe who speak English, but it was still a little weird to get used to…..it would
suck to be a traveler who didn’t know English nor the language of the country
you were in. My roommates and I talked about that a little bit because we all
come from different countries, but also different countries that speak
... that we'll get back to spend some more time wandering her streets. Onto Barcelona where the Broomhall/Serrano/Foster tour really begins and we were met by a whooping and hollering madwoman hanging out of what turned out to be our apartment (the madwoman turned out to be my mother) and we immediately left to investigate Barcelona. Well at least investigate a multitude of sangria and tapas venues. Hmm... Sangria. My uncle Nick, his wife Rachel and my favourite young cousin ...
... and had cocktails at one of the bars right on the beach, we explored the esplanade a little and Denham and I bought a beautiful oil painting from a local - we're pretty happy to own some Parisian art! Ventured down side streets to find a cute restaurant for dinner, sat down around 9:30pm We couldn't resist the 3 course meal for 22euro pp - so impressed, amazing food and two lovely bottles of red. In bed around ...
... of places with umbrellas that you rent, and chairs. Which is totally necessary, since the beach is all rocks. Like big rocks. Kurt immediately spied the paddle boards and wanted to do that. So I rented some beach chairs and they got changed into bathing suits. Mark and Kurt went out on the paddle board first, and karl and I went to buy a raft. After a bit, karl went on the paddle board and Kurt and I threw the football around. Let me tell you, that ...
... Tropez to go and see if we could locate Brigitte Bardot. A 1 hour trip along the Riviera got us there. The harbour was a bit like Monaco just not as many Super Yachts. Otherwise the town was quite a surprise. It was a lot more low key than we expected but very nice all the same. When you look across the bay you see the snow covered Alps in the background. We had yet another very nice lunch at a Sports bar on Place des Lyces that was very ...