Gran Hotel Durango
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... succeeding in signing up to a service aimed at providing overseas subscribers the ability to watch the game live via the internet. I faced an immediate dilemma - do I sign up for a four week subscription, therefore ensuring I'd be able to view the Tigers almost-certain four finals in this 2014 premiership campaign, or do I opt for the relatively more expensive one week subscription. I chose the latter. Thankfully. Although I may well re-sign to watch the final ...
Today we spent a few hours inside the Museum exploring the fantastic galleries. We could have spent the whole day but had to train to Barcelona at 3.30pm.
The museum is basically on three floors. The first floor having permanent exhibitions and some large structures; the second floor had a huge exhibition by a Spanish cubist painter called Georges Braque. I was really inspired by his works - they showed his progression over the years and his use of colour and ...
... group crossed the road to check out the local carnival. The girls couldn't resist a ride and then Greg joined them for a go on the dodgem cars! They arrived back at the hotel with fairy floss for me! Now they are sitting at the bar watching the World Cup final. We have retired for the evening, watching it in our room -" watching " being the only thing we are doing as it is being broadcast in Spanish!
Off to Bordeaux tomorrow.
... trip was 24 hours and when you book this crossing you get a cabin, mine stank of wee so I spent as little time as possible in it. The ferry showed the opening world cup game, Brazil v Croatia so plenty of us would be sailors (well, 24 hour ones anyway) settled in for the game and the odd beverage. There were so many retired people on the ferry, it really does seem that travelling is very common with retired people, most of whom I spoke to had ...
... a cathedral which dates back to the early 16th century. It's a blend of Muslim and Christian architecture, definitely a sight not to be missed.
6/15 Headed back to to Alicante. It was the final day of our Spanish trip and we surely enjoyed all of our adventures. We explored parts of Spain north, south and places in between, and saw different sights, arts, and cultures.
6/16 After thank yous and goodbyes, we departed Alicante for Los Angeles.