Residencia Erasmus Gracia
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... artist’s retreat
on a hill between Tuscany and Umbria, and I am going to join the staff of 3 on
August 30th, to cook, welcome guests, clean and garden. And
hopefully paint, as this specific location is a destination for artists and
photographers alike. http://www.artistinitaly.com/
I am grateful for Ann, a new friend and expat who moved to
Barcelona from Seattle recently, for her empathy, great conversation ...
... and a few key inquiries as to where we were from, etc... she was exhausted so I changed and she went to sleep...but I had a date with JW, remember...No NOT THAT kind of date! Just the kind where we hang out like family... heeheee... anyways he brought a sweet guy from Liverpool...YES!, THE very place that John Lennon is from...so I of course got all giddy, like a school girl, plus he was So Adorable! With his ever-so thick Liverpoolian accent...I could ...
Jessica was very happy to be back in Barcelona. After checking into our hotel, we walked to La Ramba-the main touristy section that's about 2 miles long. Visited "the market" and saw all the candy, fresh fruits, vegetables and fish on display.
... emanating from the seafood stands was overpowering but you could buy everything from minnows to eels to lobsters to squid. Some of the meat stands sold brains, skinned heads, and fully skinned rabbits. The skinned animals were sold with the eyes, teeth, and all so it looked really gross. I snapped a couple of photographs. We emerged from one side of the market and walked down a street into the Old Town to find a cafe for lunch. We settled on a small eatery that advertised tapas. ...
... which meant farmer's honey, fig cakes, and QUESO. So many many samples and a purchase later, I was in Spanish farmer's queso heaven, electing to go with a sheep's milk cheese block roughly the size of a small puppy. So good. Yo quiero queso!! The trip down the mountain wasn't to harrowing (probably due to my cheese high/coma) and we returned to Barcelona for some additional bus touring of the Olympic stadium, a photo stop for panoramic views of the city, and were back at ...