HCC St. Moritz
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... Alexis from Russia. They were headed to a restaurant, so we tagged along, Alexis singing the praises of this particular restaurant. He didn’t lie, he and I split a sea food paella that was amazing while Susan had some lamb that was almost melt in your mouth good. It was a great dinner.
The next day was our Kayaking tour. We were bussed about 1.5 hours outside of town to a small ...
... the shaded alley one is shot out into the many squares into hot sun and piercing light, which highlights the contrast. We were by now in the old Gothic area of Barcelona and dived into the cathedral which was cool and shady.
I am sure I have never seen a flock of geese in a cathedral before, but they were here, munching on large cabbage leaves next to the ancient statues and water features.
The open courtyard was surrounded with small chapels, gilded to ...
... printed out
the forms and their mother ran back with the forms to town to the office of a notary
public she knows. We all waited until the last minute and didn’t know what to
do. We realized we better start preparing the girls for the possibility of not
sailing, but flying back to Israel alone. Tears welled up at the thought. (the
last thing we wanted to do was to leave our two daughters alone in Barcelona,
without a plane ticket, a hotel ...
... front of us with a bottle of wine. Bliss. After demolishing the whole thing, we bar-hopped around the streets drinking cocktails and making friends, and ended up at some massive Spanish discotecha with a bunch of locals, where Gee and I danced until 5.30 in the morning. What a night. Our day didn't start until 12ish the next day, and we were all a bit dusty. First stop was an amazing church designed by Gaudi, called Sagrada Familia. ...
... windows were just clear glass, but they will all eventually be stained glass.
My appointment time for the ride up the Passion Tower was 14:00, so I went to the gate precisely 15 minutes early as instructed on the ticket. That apparently wasn’t correct, as I was told to wait for 10 minutes before joining the queue. I assumed the “official” rule would be what was written on the ticket, but apparently things are ...