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... I have absolutely no idea whether my body or my mind could even possibly embark on such a journey when or indeed, if I retire. I spent the first twenty years of my working life thinking, planning and pursuing pensions, etc, and it has taught me many valuable lessons but it's my heart that speaks with greater honesty now and it wants a more organic, earthy experience. So after giving my mind a very big and reassuring hug I have chosen to listen to my heart . ... it's my ...
... artist, painters you name it there little studio stores were there on the inside of the wall in the old store front from centuries ago. This place was called Poble Espanyol. It wasn’t a flea market feel it was very high end artist. I wish we had gotten there earlier to look around because I knew these little stores would be closed by the time we finished dinner and the show.
The dinner was decent. Prix Fix with an entire ...
... shouting and pointing, Yay! there's another round. We did know at some point there is a castle to reach to the Lord Mayor in his balcony in front of the Town Hall. Maybe it will still happen!
Another tower by the purple team and then the red team start the tower and abort after the second tier are going up. a little wait and the reds are going again. Up and up and up... The little one gets there, raises the arm and they start coming ...
... We swore again that this would be our last.
One of the top things Zarah wanted to do was see the Barcelona fountains. These were apparently like the ones in Vegas where they put on a whole fountain, light and music show. We caught the tube there, found the fountains, grabbed a bite to eat and waited on the steps for the show. It was about 9pm and the show apparently started about ...
... have any of it, because it started to snow, therefore enabling her to preserve her modesty. So, the Romans kinda got a little fed up of the frequency of their loses with this duel with God, and they proceeded to decapitate her. Sadly, this time, she didn't survive.
Moral of the story: if you've read this far, you'll love Barcelona. Also, you're one sick mother... Haha, just kidding, you carry on reading - for science, of course.
So there's a little ...