Hotel Teatre Auditori
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Barcelona is in the Catalonian region of Spain, so the primary language is not Spanish but Catalan, an interesting mixture ofSpanish, French, and Italian. I didn't detect much Italian, but it seemed in many respects very close to French. This surprised me because I had assumed that it was probably just a local dialect of Spanish, but it is quite distinct from Spanish. For example, cheese in Catalan is ...
... After an overnight cruise we docked at Sete about 189 nautical miles from Nice, lovely sunny weather for a 90min drive to La Bamouseraie de Prafance. It in fact took 30 min longer due to a traffic accident around Nimes, we bypassed this and detoured via the Carmarge area which is famous for its wild horses, flat lots of windswept water and we did not see any horses. Many modern houses.
The Bamouserai turned out to be ...
... walk, stopping to get a couple croissants on the way. Arriving at the bus station, which is just a few blocks down from the train station we arrived at, we decided to buy tickets so when we came back it would be quicker. The tickets were cheap and it was fairly easy to find the bus and get on the way to the airport. We walked back to the hotel to get ready and pack for our trip to Barcelona. Brittany wanted to try a sea salt Carmel gelato that we had found at only one stand ...
Sunday Greg and I wandered around the streets of Barcelona and then headed to the ship to board. The ship is huge - apparently the third largest in the world. Our cabin is small but we have a good balcony to enjoy our breakfast in the morning and the ocean breezes during the evening. Lots to eat but so far Greg and I are showing reasonable restraint. ...
... got a salad with salmon, fish with beans/legumes and kiwi fruit for dessert and sparkling water to drink, all for 11,70 Euro.
Profesor Esteban's Last Day Before Vacation
Since it was my Spanish Grammar teacher's last day before vacation, I asked him what kind of painting he might enjoy as a gift, then raced home to get the four "casitas" --small re-paintings (where the original has been sold and a smaller version repainted based on that original), after he chose ...