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... told Spain has the best pick pocketers. And they mainly get people at the metro and la Rambla. So if we make it through Spain without having anything stolen we have probably been lucky or just good at looking after our stuff. So we headed down looking for pins and white shorts. Finding white shorts was harder then we thought. But I managed to find some for 10 Eur and David found some light grey ones for 10 Eur. We then headed to ...
... we continued on the Gaudi trail heading off, well crossing Passeig de GrÓcia, to Casa Batllˇ where we joined the inevitable queue.
The original house was built between 1875 and 1877 and bought by wealthy industrialist Josep Battlˇ i Casanovas in 1900. He commissioned Gaudi to demolish the existing house and build a new one but Gaudi convinced him to remodel the existing building. Between 1904 and 1906 ...
... at the station; thank you Starbucks! We saw flamingoes on the trip but I missed the energy windmills; I must have been napping at the time. Bridget watched movies on her laptop whilst I dozed or did crosswords.
I am convinced that someone has put bricks into our suitcases with their heaviness after one city stop. The stairs in stations have not done us any favours today. I found getting us organised to transit from the arrival station to the metro a ...
... 3G on our phones. Daniel is able to navigate us the rest of the way there by his phone. We meet David. He is friendly and athletic. It’s a good thing because our flat is on the TOP FLOOR of 5. The stairs are so narrow Daniels shoulders brush them as we hike. David takes my bag – I secretly think- is David coming back when we leave?
The space is darling! We LOVE the wood beams that support ...
... couple of city squares complete with fountains and statues. A traditional Valencian dinner tonight was mainly paella...and not very well done either.. HC says this one is OK..location,comfort,cleanliness,food,l ifts,towels soap all in all an 8 Friday 5th September Just for a change we had an early start and were on the bus and gone by 8.05am. Out of town and for over an hour we passed endless orchards of oranges. These gave way to other fruits like peaches, pears, olives and ...
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