HCC St. Moritz
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... There are some beautiful old buildings in this area.
Had a great lunch of duck, and Callum ordered Steak tartare after trying mine on my first day in France - pretty impressive for an 18 year old!
We got into Barcelona around 7pm, once we had found our way from the International train arrivals to domestic train platforms with all our luggage and no lifts (well, not ...
The ship arrived in Barcelona at 5:30 in the morning but we were able to have a leisurely breakfast and disembarked around ten. We said good bye to our friends Jocelyn and Ken and hopped on a tourist bus to get a quick view of the city. The photos are scenes captured from the bus. We grabbed a quick lunch and headed to the airport for our flight to Nice.
... do), here she comes down the street, fine of course, with Carl and Josh. Some good ole US of A boys. They are fine and harmless and helped find 'the weed'. We then have a seat in a quiet corner and talk and laugh for a little bit. Enough is enough though and we have to go home sometime, and that time was 5:30am, maybe 6. We bid our new friends adios and a quick speed walk home, through the not so empty streets, put us in bed around 6:30. Guess tomorrow doesn't start before noon ...
... asked the company I bought them from, I would have had much less wear and tear on my panel covers!
I did not discuss the annoyance over always losing things---one bad thing at a time is enough to dwell on! :-) I thought it funny the teacher wanted to focus on the things we don't like rather than the things we do like.
Until soon, Adios! Enjoy the first pics. Won't get to neighborhood strolls probably until the weekends and the more touristy things until Linda Trahan ...
... row boats and a large fountain that was made by Gaudi, the same architect who made Casa Ballto and La Sagrada Familia. Its a church that was started in 1882 by Gaudi, and is still in the works. Many different architects have worked on it, but none so far will live to see it completed. It isn't supposed to be done until 2026. Pretty neat to see so many different styles of architecture come together on a single building.