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... for my own work for the future. It was a beautiful sunny day and the courtyard around the front of the gallery was filled with skateboarders, and people watchers, and an all-Australian side stage for Primavera…so much to soak in - awesome.
We had lunch (for me: avocado 'fries’ with jalapeno sauce, shrimp in garlic butter AND THE BEST MOJITOS) and then had time for a little more touring before heading to Primavera on the ...
... remember it being much quicker when we arrived to maneuver the streets and find the hotel but regardless we made it on time to the bus, just as it was pulling up we jumped on and headed to Marco Polo Airport, without gelato... The airport wasn't anything huge and reminded me more of a mall and train station combined than an actual airport. The departure board was very similar to the one at the Zurich HB and once thru security there were stores and shops all over, everything ...
... lunch. Not sure we have stopped eating! Danielle has been going to he kids club each afternoon after we are back from the tours. Still the only one going to the kids club and she loves it! Having trouble with Internet so can't comment on your comments. Love to see people are reading the updates so I will keep updating as I ...
... down the
street. In the streets of Barcelona that’s pretty macho thank you very much.
Briony is a slow starter and there wasn’t any nutella and baguettes to offer
this time so I let her awake in due time. We go for a shop and a wander down La
Rambla (let me just tell you the street is HUGE. It has a big walkway in the
middle full of shops and stalls and both sides of the streets are filled with
food stores, clothes stores and souvenir shops.) After ...
... subsidy on a per-student basis, are subject to inspection by the public authorities, and are required to follow the same curricular guidelines as public schools, though they charge tuition. Known as escoles concertades, they are distinct from schools whose funding is entirely private (escoles privades). The language of instruction at public schools and escoles concertades is Catalan, as stipulated by the 2009 Catalan Education Act (in court for discrimination). Spanish may be used as ...