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... who were seated behind us on the flight out from SFO. They too are staying in Barcelona until Tuesday. We chatted about things to do and see. They are going to try to get to the Sagrada Familia for a booked tour…when they learned the wait in line cab be upwards of two hours, they shuddered! A call shall be placed to their Hotel Concierge soon!
Another thing I’ve learned on this trip. I LOVE the Iberian ...
... horn! The first blast always makes me jump! We’re not leaving yet….only 7pm..SEVEN PM!!!??? We’ve been out by the pool a LONG time!!
Ah, a shower and dressed for dinner. Tonight we dine in the Grand Dining room, just in time to see us off. As we pulled away from the dock, so too did the Oasis of the Seas. They were sent off with a salute from the fire ships circling them with their hoses shooting water ...
... bed...but then of course death by infected bed sores is likely. This uplifting life reflection is what rapidly occurred to me today as we began to prepare for Matchu Pitchu with a leisurely 60 degree angled walk to the top of Nerja's local mountain town Frigiliana and I was considering the likelihood of death by a mix on antibiotics, bronchitis, heat stroke and dehydration or the possibility of coming face to face with a local boar that saw me as the weak herd member. The view from ...
... back to the hostel. Hung out with the English and Austrian guys in our room and the chef from the place who was from France. He actually lived in New York for a while working at some Michelin star places as a pastry chef. He was hilarious. So so boppy, just dancing around talking about how much he loved New York. We called it a pretty early night since we were heading to Morocco in the ...
... Prieto thought two dimensional rather than billboard and sketched a silhouette of a bull with the word "Osborne" across it.
Some 500 Osborne bulls suddenly appeared all over Spain on the tops of hills or in the middle of flat plains where they could be seen for miles around. Each used 50kg of black paint and 1000 rivets; these things were 14 metres high and weighed 4 tonnes! They were a massive hit with the Spanish ...