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... told Spain has the best pick pocketers. And they mainly get people at the metro and la Rambla. So if we make it through Spain without having anything stolen we have probably been lucky or just good at looking after our stuff. So we headed down looking for pins and white shorts. Finding white shorts was harder then we thought. But I managed to find some for 10 Eur and David found some light grey ones for 10 Eur. We then headed to ...
... have been so obviously
serendipitous, and there is so much relief in allowing versus efforting.
I accidently bought a first class train ticket. When I
signed for it I saw another,cheaper option, but being a newbie I was afraid I would
end up in an actual cattle car. The owner of the apartment was a little late
for check out, but he graciously offered a ride to the station. When I was
directed to the last car on the platform ...
... right and cross the road at the traffic light. Keep going in the same direction and you will see signs to turn left into the street leading to the escalators. The main entrance is further up the road but with no escalators but you can access to the main entrance from the one with the escalators. I would suggest taking the route with the escalators. By the end of the escalators, you will see the counters for buying tickets and the the line for online booking ...
As we headed to the port in the taxi, we could see the ship in the distance. We couldn't wipe the smile of our faces. We don't tend to get over excited about holidays because we are fortunate enough to get away to many beautiful places, but this was different! A completely different experience to what we were used to. Traffic was chaotic and it felt like an age to get there but finally we arrived! It was enormous! Embarking the ship was a slick operation. 1230 and we ...
... Cafe until our room was ready. We had a nice lunch and looked around the ship a little bit until the announced that our room was ready.
Our stateroom is very nice, 420 sq feet. It is square which is unusual for a ship cabin. It is very sensibly arranged with lots of storage space and a walk in closet. Before we knew it it was time for dinner at "Jacques" Jacque Pepin's french restaurant. We had a ...