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We're here in Barcelona, Spain for the second half of our Euro adventure. Our heads were a bit in a fog today with all the travel the past 24 hours from Istanbul-London-Barcelona, but after a cup of Spanish cafe con leche (cappucino), we are back in gear. Now we have to switch gears and speak Spanish with some Catalan, the local language in this …
... for Natalies perusal.
With things heating up, temperature wise that is, I jumped in the surf to cool off. It wasn't great with my healing broken toe, first negotiating a rocky entry. Second, there was no progressive depth, but a half metre drop, onto coral that felt like a wicker basket. Id be sitting knee deep, before metre swell kept barraging me and knocking me about, emerging soon with scrapes and scratches from the ...
... my front. I’m sure if anyone had spotted it they would have thought I had a weird implant … but that was their problem not mine. My change purse with notes was in a zippered compartment of my zippered back which was under my Princess water cooler bag.
At the end of La Rambla, we crossed the road at Christopher Columbus’ statue. So far … implant intact and bag with money purse still A-OK.
We had noticed Markets near the ...
... there was no one else seated in the four-seat location I was sitting, and I had a window seat. Although I was dozing at times, it was great to zip by the pastoral fields and small houses, watching people starting their days. I was also watching the speed of the train, and it never got over 255 kmH.
On arrival at Milano Centrale, the place was a “zoo” as usual, with hundreds (if not thousands) of people all moving in different directions. ...
... football hooligans will eat me alive for saying that because apparently to them its like heaven but better. (Don't worry toe, I got lots of photos for you!) However, it was really interesting to see a bust city during the day that wasn't full of drunk mancs and uneducated chavs. I got the chance to try different spanish foods which is always a great thing (hmm food) and do my bit of sightseeing. ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility