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... was located on a uphill slope, I stalled a couple times before getting out of the parking lot (there was 2 cars behind me and I was so scared that I was going to run back into the car behind me).
2nd challenge, Getting onto the Freeway. After the parking lot incident, I was too nervous to drive on the main street, so I decided to stay in the alley way alone the main street to avoid blocking traffic big time. I think it would only take me about 15 minutes on the ...
... northern route, instead of the major southern route, to head towards Pamplona. We were now in the Pyrenees region. We arrived in Jaca around 6:30 pm for a break spent about half an hour walking around the central part of the town. We drove about 480 km in total and got into Puente de Reina at 8:45 pm. I had booked 3 nights at a small hotel called El Cerco within the medieval town. The host, Alfonso, was very helpful and explained how to ...
... Segue, a small village. That was a challenge! We ate very delicious pizza, empanada and pastry at Sant Miquel Pastisseria. Yumm.. We walked through the town to Casa Mauri with its lovely garden and mosaics and back along the lake.
The most entertaining time was sitting in a sort of bar, to keep cool, watching the local men play cards. Four played, four stood or sat watching-, but 6-7 of them all talked, very loudly at the same ...
... 163. Get hypnotized
164. Go to Scotland
165. Witness a tornado
166. When abroad learn about another culture/religion
167. Spend the night in a historic or talked about hotel
168. Go on a bike tour in a foreign country
169. Drive a foreign car
170. Go whale watching
171. Go on a dinner cruise with a man
172. Watch the sunrise and sunset from the middle of the ocean
173. Go to a live ...
... some egg and pudding at the local Spar. Sunday morning we took the bus from our campsite to Barcelona. I act as guide and took MAuritz to all the main Gaudi sites, but only after we visited the PIcasso Museum. Quite an eye opener in itself. He went through so many different "phases" At the start of his carreer uhe painted quite ordinary portraits and lots of landscaping - then at the end quite ...