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... gravy and mash I have ever eaten- it was delicious! We also ate paella and a lot of sangria in our short stay here. The day we were leaving we hired bikes to see the whole town and go to the view points and different beaches San Sebastián had to ...
... jeans and sport either slicked hair or long, high pony tails while the girls get around in equally tight jeans and leather jackets and sashay effortlessly over the cobblestoned streets in five inch heels. I felt like a very frumpy country bumpkin there haha. Barcelona on the other hand is more your shorts and floral summer frock kind of vibe. Everything is colourful, from the beachy glam of the marina to the 'out there' Moderniste architecture, ...
... Monserrat means serrated mountain. The structures were built in the 15th century. Monserrat built by Benedictine Monks. Structures built from stones from mountain. The hills of Monserrat used to be under water. Waters from rivers moved to Mediterranean Sea and tectonic plates moved forming mountains. Park Guell was built by a textile family heir who became Gaudi's patron. He saw a city garden in England and wanted one in Barcelona. He wanted to sell 60 plots of the land to ...
... weren't enough black people living in Calella...now there are! Caspar was dressed in dark green and was the best looking!
By the time the third king had passed, the kids' shopping bags were half full of sweets, but it wasn't over yet! Even more favourite than Caspar was the next float...Mickey and Minnie Mouse...not quite sure of the Xmas connection, but the float was blasting out pop music and the kids' enthusiasm was infectious. ...
... Off again on another walking tour with the same company, Runner Beans Tours, this time it was a Gaudi inspirited tour talking of his eccentric life and a discovery of his most magical buildings around Barcelona including the outside of his unfinished masterpiece, the Sagrada Familia. We wanted to tour the Sagrada Familia but it was unexpectedly closed that afternoon, as it turned out, a serendipity happenstance