Hotel Catalonia Barcelona 505
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... and the street cleaners. A little later the shops open up and put out the displays ready to catch the passing trade.
I decide to walk to the metro that connects to the airport rather than connecting trains and it takes about a half hour to get to the stop. along the way I pass the Barcelona cathedral, the first church of Barcelona, Placa Catalunya and the strip of high end fashion stores. I'll bring Anne here ...
... so instead of kissing her on the bottom you have to kiss him on the........., there.", said Battery Boy with a school boy grin as he pointed in the direction of the marina which was positioned between the hind legs of one of the lions from where they were standing.
Video Girl stared at the boy lioness then back at Battery Boy and said, "I really wasn't happy about kissing the lioness' behind, particularly seeing you wouldn't find me ...
... to the music. At one point a gypsy joined the main act to
perform songs together; apparently a rare sight, and another man knew English
songs to which we could join in the singing. We were definitely the only
tourists in the bar.
A man explaining a Spanish tradition for
their equivalent to a buck’s night approached us. He asked us to kiss the groom
on both cheeks, same as for the Spanish greeting, and say from ...
... movie they started last night, while Molly strapped on her running shoes and went out to explore a bit. She got back around 10:30 and finished stretching watching the closing scenes of Oz with us. The coffee out of our little pot in the kitchen isn't half bad, and Molly and I each drank our way through one little pot each. The girls loaded up on corn flakes and fresh fruit for breakfast, and we set out on foot.
Molly had scouted ...
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The further north we have come the friendlier the locals are, and the willingness to communicate in English or at all. In fact they find it very amusing when we try our Spanish on them and they try their English back.
Cadaques is ...