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... had been bumped up 15M but 'no problemo' for this hombre. Nobody in line for check in and security was pretty quick. I was through in the gate area just over a half hour from leaving the hotel.
Went to Abades for a java [1.95E]. Bit of email was nice to get the boring part of the day's blog out of the way. A slash and off to gate 4 area.
Vueling Airlines had a new A320 plane with leather seats, some with charging sockets. Its magazine Ling was focused on ...
... of my fellow travelers, well what a mixed bag of nomads we are let me briefly explain a few
Dancing Don and wife Paula from Atlanta Georgia a name he got from him been dragged up on stage at Nouvelle Eve in Paris.
Drug Dealer Don and wife Donna also from Atlanta Georgia he got his name from his profession, he once was a pharmaceutical salesman but now a drug tester for the NFL (National football league)... Both lovely couples probably ...
... br> making an escape. I swear the look on its little dead face was one of insult,
which could not even be added to injury as there was no way that skin would be
punctured. Finally I tried a pair of regular desk scissors and was able to get
hold of the skin, and then clumsily rip and tear it open. However, never haven
peered at fish guts before, including a balloon for what I assume was an
intestine, all I could do was blur my ...
... street in Barcelona. Every street leads to La Rambla, as we soon found out. Barceloneta is a beach along the port of Barcelona. Nothing overly impressive but the sun was shining and the morning spent there was ideal. Getting lost in the back streets introduced us to the local children kicking the soccer ball and singing songs. A great end to a fast paced few ...
... was briliant. It opened at 8pm, all the tables were reserved but some customers ..............did not arrive until after 9pm. We left after 10pm and there were will people at the tables and the front counter eating. They dine late here! Walked home to the Andante Hotel in the light drizzle and spoke to the concierge about the AVE, the high speed train to Zaragoza. Hour and a half, half the time of driving and something new ...