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... the harbor.
The next day, I was awakened by the sound of the draw bridge alarm and peered outside to see a huge cantilevered portion of the pedestrian bridge opening up to allow big boats (much bigger than the cat) to pass into the outer harbor. It was a fascinating sight.
In the morning, we looked around the local market with Rochelle, while Jeff sorted out getting a new main sheet and associated hardware for the boat (in ...
... paused or you were listening to it).
The Casa BatllÚ is also known as the house of bones and the house of the sea (or ocean? I don’t really know, but it was definitely house of something to do with the ocean [because all of the shapes (most of the shapes, I should say) are shaped like things in the ocean. Example: the roofs of most of the rooms are curvy shaped, so it’s like you’re looking at the ocean on a windy ...
... from the edge of the esplanade look over a large area of the city that grew in the 20th century to surround the once isolated park. I spent about 11/2 hours walking around this area and on the way out did not choose to climb the hills around the monumental zone to get to the top of the hill above the park. It was too steep and the day was starting to warm up.
Since I was on a roll and had the rest of the day to sightsee I thought it might be a good idea to walk ...
... 4.1 litres/100 kms by the time we reached Perpignan on the coast. Most of this provincial road had a 90 km/h posted speed limit, so we weren’t doing more than 100 km/h!
There were some interesting rocky outcrops and sheer cliff mountainsides as the road wound its way up and down river valleys.
Obviously good cycle training terrain though, as every road off the one we were on went upwards!
From Perp. we hit the ...
... see why the kids had supermarket bags....trouser pockets are simply not deep enough!
The next three floats were the three kings. Not only did each king have his own float but he had two children sitting either side of him dressed as princes, also handing out sweets and in front of his float, a further dozen or so helpers dressed in silk robes and turbans matching the colour of their king's robes, also handing out sweets!