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... definitely been on better beaches but I'm not one to complain especially when the sun is shining and the drinks are flowing. After a full day of playing around in the sea and over indulging in sun and cerveza we made our way back to our tiny 2 bedroom condo and dined on some fancy meat (prosciutto, salami and pepperoni), fancier cheeses and multiple variations of crackers. On the menu for ...
... the company of people who have all made it through so underestimated our achievement but this made it real. We stopped at many of the towns we'd been through previously but it took until after 4.30 to get past them. We also went under the pedestrian bridge leading into Astorga that we cursed as it doubled back on itself so many times to get high enough above the lines. There was even a pilgrim walking over that bridge when we went through.
The wheat, grapes and ...
... and free, light tapas at a small bar that I’d tracked down through an online guide. As I sat with my beer the employees of the bar, their friends and a bloke who was helping redecorate, were all standing around chatting and laughing at a toddler sitting on the bar drawing squiggles on a piece of paper. It was amusing to feel as if I’d walked in on some sort of family outing rather than being a customer in a pub! After dinner in a small ...
... for picnics, etc.
We all finally used our bus passes to visit Park Guell, designed by Antonini Gaudi which was to be a high end housing district - never got off the ground so now it's a park. Lots of walking paths and good examples of his architecture with fabulous views of the city to the sea.
With all the walking around we needed to find sustenance so have found a number of very nice restaurants, mostly affordable with good vino. The fish ...
When the Lords Prayer was sung on the audio guide and I was standing in the middle of this near empty edifice, I couldn't stop the tears. Most embarrassing. The church is truly amazing and for me has eclipsed all the other great churches I have seen by a mile. The outside is unbelievable but nothing prepared me for the inside, even when Gareth said the inside was better, I couldn't conceive that it could be.
Gordon and I ...
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