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... gates and railings makes it difficult to stand back and appreciate them fully.
Through the Chapel of the Innocent Saints we took the lift to the rooftop from where we not only enjoyed a panoramic view of Barcelona but were able to see some of the repair and restoration work in progress which to an untrained eye looked somewhat slapdash rather than carefully finished. From here we also had ...
... to, however, was the lifestyle. The Spaniards eat lunch at around 2:00pm, and dinner around 9:00pm. So, this was a difficult thing to get used to. However, over time we’ve managed to cope! Despite this though, we have thoroughly enjoyed the food, particularly tapas. We especially enjoy tomato bread, potatas bravas, fried fish, jamon, olives, tortilla, croquettes and much more!
Lots of love, Clare
... They were disappointed to find there was no food so they settled on a drink, a local concoction of white rum, sugar, mint and ice called a Royal Mojito. Video Girl really enjoyed them. In fact she couldn't get enough of this local elixir and was drinking two at a time. As they left Video Girl slurred, "Itch really goo, goo, good that I've got my sea legs now, but why ish the ground moving?"
After finishing their drinks Battery Boy said, ...
... to get seats and to ensure they still have their popular dishes, but even when we had to wait the friendly waiters tried to make us comfortable by bringing food and drink while we were standing.
The Ye’s left for Morocco after a week with us in Barcelona, and during the next week the Rajani’s got ready for Christmas and the arrival of another set of friends, Yumi, Grant, Quinn and Kai Cho! Quinn and Cole are very good friends so it was his ...