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... the west. Crossed over into Rambla de Mer, a trendy area with shops and restaurants. I would have been just as happy to hang around the streets of the Gothic Quarter.
Decided we needed a coffee and cake but gave up on the idea after awhile, figuring there would be something at the train/subway station Saint Sants. Got the subway at Place de Catalunya [1E], coins being tossed in by everyone.
We were there c 1400. We got a sense of the Zaragoza ...
... five miles we had already walked, I found a small tapas place down an alleyway that had some open seats and I decided we needed a break. The building was built in 1796 and the inside was fantastic, showing evidence of its centuries of use-it was small and cozy and just the right ambience for us. Of course, wouldn't you know that the bartender/owner turned out to be a Dutchman, from the northern part of the country and of course as the Dutch are-couldn't have ...
... my job, airplanes, and TV. He recommended a new series in Ireland called Love Hate - he says it is going to be a big hit. The only other notable thing (and awkward) that happened was later that evening I went for another walk around the town and now people were everywhere and the shops were open. I don't know why I have been surprised about this but there are dogs everywhere. In Greece there were stray dogs but there were also a lot of ...
... stripped off my clothes. I heard them whispering and referring to me as the girl who's here alone.
"And now she's swimming in the ocean at night, she's so brave."
I rolled my eyes and started towards the water. It seemed like the simplest things I did blew everyone's minds simply because I was alone and female. If anything, it bothered me more that girls felt too weak to do it themselves. Random girls of the night, the ocean's not such a scary ...
... Spain for three weeks suckers!" Facebook status, check. Email from various companies trying to sell me a 24 pack of yellow rubber duckys, check. I was all set to go for a walk to the old Harbor with the German shepherd and my grandmother. The dog thought "Hey it's really hot. I like water and you do too. Let's go for a swim." Full pelt, like a Swiss person who sees cheese, she makes a beeline for the water and drags me behind her. I was able to stop her from pulling me ...