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... accident but the creaky ferris wheel on top of the massive mountain sounded like a terrific/terrifying ride! Anyways, we got some really nice views and I felt quite proud of myself recognising some of the streets (albeit after Alex had pointed out a few of them already haha). To make things even more awesome, we went up the cathedral on top of the hill to high five the top of the world =D. Highest point in Barcelona‼ It so amazing up there, windy as hell but ...
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Tuesday, July 17th: Trip day! Woke up fairly early to go to Penafiel. Spent most of the time on the bus listening to music. It was only a 45 minute ride until we got to Valladolid and saw the mercado where we bought some food necessary for the cooking class. The class was so long and by the end I was starving, but it was a very cool and tastefully rewarding experience. We made tortilla as ...
... decided independent travel in these ports of call would be quite challenging due to the fact the major attractions are a long distance from the actual port. In Alexandria, the main attraction is the pyramids and other historic sites near Cairo – 2.5 hours inland by bus or train. In Aqaba, the key sight is Petra (also some two hours inland). And in Safaga, the highlight is Luxor, some 100 miles away. This cruise is unique in many ways including that the big attractions are all far ...