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... as if I might forget the need for this) clear 'fridge, birthdays, flowers, etc.
As with all lists, the least important things are always the first to be done and subsequently ticked off with a flourish. In this case it was flowers, so I rang my neighbour to see if she would like a coffee and come and take my flowers away and give them a good home as I hate to throw them away.
So here we are on the day I am going, sitting down having coffee with my dear ...
... them but it gave us something to talk about.
We had dinner near the water, paella and beer (do as the natives do) and it was the end of a big day. Off to bed for hopefully a good nights sleep.
Sorry I am having a couple of technical glitches with photos, seems the new iPad doesn't like uploading from the camera, probably just apples way of making more money....... Stay tuned, I will get some photos soon xx (photos uploaded at the end of the trip).
... nightmare that
had become my backpack, and watching one of the crazier girls on our tour swim
under a road tunnel in freezing snow water on a drinking dare, I had an early
night to be fresh for a long bus ride the next day!
Day 5: Avignon.
Our next major destination is Barcelona, but it is too far
to drive in one day so we stopped for a night in the medieval walled city of
Avignon in the Rhone Valley region of France. So pretty! ...
... Spanish creativity in their modern planning and construction.
As we were fat attacked out from pigs ears and such the night before we ate light at a salad bar buffett for €11 each near the cathedral. It was great to have a bowl of tomato and bean soup then pile a plate with delicious raw and blanched veges raw including whitlof, red leaves, asparagus, green beans to mention a few. Included was pizza and pasta although that was ho hum.
Before dinner, we went to watch a flamenco show which was thrilling. Everything was ...