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... but still not warm enough for Mark, so south we go and made it to Spain for lunch, Sitges about 30 mins south of Barcelona for overnight camping. Everyone keeps mentioning rain but we’ve not seen any and temp again today was up to 20 degrees (only dropped to 13 overnight)
Some very interesting driving today, from lunatic motorways around Barcelona to beautiful but ...
... and ate. Later I was given the grand tour, this place is almost to beautiful to be true. I learned a lesson today don't wear dresses unless on the beach or in a group because you WILL attract gypsies, Moroccans, middle easterns and overly charming young Spaniards all wanting a chance to take you on a "tour". We hit the markets with our wagon in tow, it's quite an atmosphere. The stalls are so close together, the men are yelling and bargaining, fruit, veges, dirt ...
Luis was waiting for us outside in front of the gate of the apartment building in Montgat. So good to see him again ! We found a spot in front to park the caravan and the car a little further. We took out all the stuff we needed and which could be dangerous to leave there and took it upstairs. We got the kids room for us which was perfect. As we were a little tired we ordered a pizza and we thought of watching the game France Honduras on tv but found out the national channels ...
... 8211; probably not – and told them that we might well be back later. Here’s some information about calçots in case you’re wondering what I’m on about. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cal%C3%A7o t
Then we joined the throng in Placa de Sant Jaume that had gathered to greet the arrival of the Santa Eulalia parade. It was quite good, with the highlights being the dances of the two eagles of Cardona and Barcelona. I felt that ...
... collects water for watering the gardens. In the middle area there are gazebos with dome roofs supported by Tuscan columns. The labyrinth, the central feature of the premises, is in the lower area. Water, together with the plants, is the main character throughout park. Overall, there are over 20 water features −(pools, fountains, reservoirs, canals, waterfalls) − which help a large variety of plant species to ...