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... s(my English tutor here in Spain) 8 to 9 year old class teaching English, we played games and there was actually a fair few kids who spoke English. So the kids have breakfast at 10.30...odd.
I was in 8 lessons each one for a hour. Yes it was as long as it seems even with the 2hr siesta where some English speaking teachers took me for coffee and some drunk people had a fight and broke glasses (did I mention it was a long day?)
The teachers had never heard of ...
... to the front of the queue. If only all check-ins could be this easy!
Everything had been so quick that it wasn't until I'd passed through security that I finally had a moment to take off my sunglasses and put on my normal ones. My rucksack was pretty full, and it was difficult to find anything. So, I found a seat and took my bag apart. That's when the alarm bells went off. That nagging feeling? The "you know you've forgotten something, but you can't ...
... and mushed up chicken, and ma and cynth had one with sardines. It was pretty good but I suree was not moaning Like I was over the salmon. After lunch we walked over to the cable car to Montjuiic -- hoping to take it over the water to the mountain. But the line was 70 minutes so we said screw it and went in a cab to the tippidy top. Got out, waited 5 minutes cuz we thought the prie was supposed to drop at 1500, but it did not seem to drop as we ...
... many unusual choices tried.
We then hit the metro back to the Gotic, with one change, to walk the old quarter. We tracked down the Roman sector map for tomorrow, and rambled round a quite commercial and gentrified old town in comparison to those we've been in. There were still some great spaces, small squares dwarfed by the palace or church that caused it, civil water points from antiquity, narrow dark streets and a fair ...
Today I am pretty excite as we are catching the train to Barcelona, which everyone has told me is the best place to visit in Spain! I was a bit worried about what we had to do at the train station as it wasn't clear how soon before departure we had to be there. We seemed to work it out ok, then boarded the train. Now the train experience is pretty awesome, the train we got was a Renfe AVE train at goes so fast (300kms/ph) plus it was pretty flash as we decided to travel in first ...