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... my last
minute purchase, until I saw “preferente” on the side. So I reluctantly drank
the complimentary champagne and ate the dark chocolate as I enjoyed the
interesting Spanish countryside at 300 km/hr. The best part was peeking into
the valleys to see what looked like medieval villages completely stopped in
time. And believe it or not, I never visited Sequim nor Provence, so seeing the
lavender fields was delightful.
... and took in all the sights and fountains to be found there.
For our last evening we were lucky enough to be treated to the night show of the Magic Fountain. It was lovely. We joined what must have been three thousand plus people enjoying it!
We have fond memories of a wonderful stay in Barcelona.
Thanks for the emails. We love receiving them. Peter could not resist this umbrella photo as it reminded us of home! ...
... view. We learned that the actual full name of the church is "The National Expiation Basilica - Temple of the Sacred Heart". From here, we went to Las Ramblas, a tree-lined historic avenue very popular in Barcelona. Carmen says it may not have that many interesting things to see, but it's one of those places you have to say you visited while in Barcelona. It has a very nice market (the "Boqueria" Food Market). It was truly a marvel! ...
... the walk we passed many sculptures all showing parts of Christ's life. There was also a sculpture known for its 8 steps/levels of consciousness... It starts with stone, followed with fire, plants, animals, human, heavens, angel and god. Our guide said that the last step to god is the most difficult but that he has climbed the steps before and invited us to attempt it, Joe took him up on the offer and yes, now I have to spend the rest of the trip referring ...
There is a super king bed in our room which is on the top floor on the corner of the building so its relatively quiet which is nice. We also have a birds eye view of part of the city through our ceiling to floor sized window. The view is not spectacular with features, but just pretty night lights and interesting to watch the mini sized action of people and cars going about their business. Even though we are above a train station it is very ...