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This is my first time in Barcelona and Europe for that matter and it has been an interesting/fun 48 hours already. Coincidentally, this is my first blog so all of these new experiences are hitting me at once and it is a lot to take in. I will be trying to update this blog as much as possible but I know there will some lag in between posts. I will …
... de la theiere en ceramique par terre et le casse!!!!! *****!!!!!!!!! je suis full mal! ca doit pouvoir se recoller ca, enfin jespere. bon maintenant, je pars a la poste pour me debarasser dun peu de poid pour mon pack sac. **** je la trouve pas, ben weyont decidement, cest pas ma journee! je ferais mieux de pas trop sortir! bon, essayons de mettre un peu de positif dans cette mauvaise journee! pourquoi pas acheter ...
... i was called to sit and the lovely hostess came over and took my hand to lead me to the table. We talked a bit and then off she went while i ordered.
Food was fabulous.
- Eggplant with roasted peppers & goat cheese
- asparagus and mushrooms
- Spanish omelet
- green salad
... also of interest to Liz and the gift shop tempts us both... Why do the nice things have to be so heavy and suitcases so small?! Then a bus downhill to the Barcelona Pavillion, built by the German government for the Barcelona Expo in 1929. The designer was Mies van der Rohe who defied the Art Deco trends at the time to build a pioneering Modernism structure. It was demolished after the expo but rebuilt by the ...
... the eye and nose, Tonight was our last dinner with Kay and Larry - so sad that we are parting ways! They will remain in Barcelona until Friday, while we will begin our drive over to Italy. We have enjoyed Spain so very much and are conscious of how much the country has changed in 40 years! We do look forward to the small towns of Italy and Switzerland, and to the lands of an earlier dinner hour!