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... and full meals is from The Plaša de la Font along the Carrer Major up to the Cathedral, with Carrer Nau and the Plaša del Rei and Plaša del F˛rum particularly worthwhile.
The Serrallo neighbourhood near the fishing harbour has some excellent fish and seafood restaurants, which are particularly popular for Sunday lunch. There is a market hall just off the Rambla Nova in the middle of town where the basics of a good picnic can be bought cheaply.
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... to get off a plan then I was when I landed in Zurich. My ass was numb, unfortunately I had caught a cold the night before I left, so my head felt like a balloon and I was actually kind of miserable. I sat next to a very kind man who happened to be a pilot in the Italian Army. He was attractive as well, so that made it even better. So techincally I guess you could say I slept with him, even if it was on a plane with a seat between us. They served us ...
... many tours only do an outside visit but fortunately MSC had arranged for an inside tour as well. Josep Maria Bocabella founder of a religious group called the Devotees to Saint Joseph decided in the late 1800s to fund and erect a temple, known now as the Basilica of the Sagrada family, for the people of Barcelona. The first stone of the Sagrada was laid in 1882 with the purpose expressed in the "Notarial Deed of Ceremony" as follows: “Awake from tepidness ...
... midnight drive back to the hotel with both of us on high alert for any scooters. There are bloody scooters everywhere on those streets which is quite disconcerting, but we got back to the hotel in one piece. The next morning we went through similar issues with communicating with Peugeot about the window and in the end we just found somewhere fairly close by to take the car and were told to come back at 8pm that night and it should be done. The repair man was very helpful to ...
... of getting lost in the underground for hours... can't find hostel & just when I gave up and leant up against a lamp posted exhausted and old man helped me and walked me to my hostel which was hiding around a corner.
Just found out my clock is still on Dublin time so my tour left an hour ago. Off to find primark.
After 1.5hours of walking I found primark but its terrible compared to London, didn't buy a thing!
Laying here in ...
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