Torre Praia Hotel
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... in the airport and Nim and deejay departed for the Picasso Museum. It took us a while to get there and we had to wait in line quite a bit but once in it was quite enjoyable. It was a very faithful progression through all of his work chronologically until his transition into cubism, as most of his works from that period were done and are held in Paris. The room for his Blue Period was one of ...
... it was beautiful once we got there; sunny skies, soft sand, not as crowded as previously imagined and the most wonderful water I've felt in years (the best is in a tiny town in Puglia I go to every time I'm in Italy with my parents where the water is at the most perfect temperature imaginable). We had a good time on the beach and eventually departed back to meet you guys. We went to the agreed upon station, arriving late, and waited a ...
... a good place to start our day. We encountered bad Spanish coffee at a cafe near the beautiful Plaza, and once we were a unit again we went for a walk down Las Ramblas (I believe) into the Gothic Quarter in search of the Catalan History Museum. We walked for quite some time through the Gothic Quarter, which was very beautiful. We eventually came across what we thought was the museum but turned out to be a tiny part of it, a giant Roman set of pillars which was interesting but ...
Today we woke up incredibly late with no plans at all. I honestly have no memory of what happened, but I know we went shopping, I walked briefly around our area in search of cigarettes (maybe that was another day??) and according to your journal we ate pasta salad for dinner. I'm sure we had a few drinks but in the end we had an early night. I'm sorry this isn't longer my dear reader. I love you, ...
... as a masterpiece of Portuguese architecture, famous for its Manualine features (remember that style from Lisbon?). It was built to celebrate a famous battle victory by King Joao over Castile in 1385. Inside, the scale is overwhelming, but the church itself is very simple and not lavishly decorated. That is kept for the Founder's chapel and the Royal cloister. The latter is probably the most lavishly decorated cloister I have seen, it has intricate ...