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... harbour. We noticed several yachts undergoing maintenance with elaborate
scaffolding around superstructures. Obviously this area is a strong Centre for
ship building and ship maintenance.
board our cruise ship, so I don’t know when we can next post something online.
We will have to wait for a port where we can pick up some Wi-Fi. (Ship Wi-Fi is
not very good, and extremely expensive).
... the glory of Gaudi's masterpiece, but opted against sticking around.
With a rendezvous at 4:30 with my good friend, who I shall simply call 'A' in this blog entry to protect her identity, I decided I would have enough time - queues notwithstanding - to check out the FC Barcelona museum. The museum, and the accompanying tour of the Camp Nou, were pretty impressive, I must say. The best part was going up to the press box with the great views ...
... important that my story is to the medical profession and also to help other patients get through there treatment. I have also met some fantastic, humbled other team members today Andrew, Nicolai, Jen, and not forgetting Lisa who's smile in the audience along side Chris's got me through on stage today .
So after an hour of going through what was happening and setting the stage and microphones Cathy I and Jason had a ...
... by Spanish standards!). It really looks like a bit of a dive from the outside, and ordinarily you would probably pass it and not even look bother looking in, but we waited around 45 minutes for a table, before being squeezed in and having raciones (larger tapas plates) of fried calamari, grilled sardines with lemon, olive oil and parsley, fried peppers and eggplant, bread seasoned with fresh tomato, and a bottle of turbio (cloudy white plonk) all for EUR 25. It was well worth the ...
... faces with onions, we were ushered upstairs to the second course. I didn't think I could eat one more thing but the botifarra (Catalan sausage), pan con tomate, and sundry side dishes were delectable! By the time the crema Catalan (like creme brulee but far superior!) arrived on the table in vats the size of pie tins, we were all wishing we'd worn elastic waistband pants. But we managed to finish every drop of the sweet, milky treat and I asked for seconds! So ...