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... time and the crew are making the ship ready to leave. All but one gangway is removed and various ropes are hauled on board, and still the stragglers are coming. Oh look, there's Joe Cool with his Ray Ban sunglasses, his Armani shopping bag and his expensive girlfriend. He'll hurry for no one.
Finally, everyone is aboard, the final gangway it removed, and the marathon is over. But, no wait a minute. Oh joy of joys, we have some leftovers. A very ...
... and friendly. I know - not a common phrase you hear about the Parisians. But that was our experience. The most rude person we met was our tour guide at the Eiffel Tower - and he was American (maybe “rude” isn’t a good word…more fittingly he was obnoxious).
Their bread is to die for!
The pastries make you want to be reincarnated!
The Eiffel tower is cool. Duh!
The Louvre is about sixty times bigger than I thought it was. ...
Our last two ports are along Spain's famous Costa del Sol, or Sun Coast. This area is along the southern coast of Spain with fabulous white beaches, a popular vacation spot for Europeans. Today's excursion included three stops, a castle (BORING), a bull fight ring and museum (interesting) and a Flamenco dance recital (fabulous). Two out of ...
... eateries. We chose a fancy Italian place with balcony seating and great sea views. The food was pretty good, too. We were back on the road by 1:30 for our 3pm meet up with Javier with the keys to our apartment in Malaga. OK...so we have been somewhat disoriented in a couple of towns we've entered on this trip, but never in my life have I been as turned around and exasperated with road engineers as I was today in Malaga. We spun our wheels for over an ...
... me stay I had purchased them a bottle of local wine in the North, famous for the region. As they do not speak English Ruben helped me to prepare a speech in Spanish which i re-wrote phonetically so that I could pronounce the words correctly, it was quite funny!
'Muchas gracias por dejarme dormir aqui. Quiero regarlos una botella de vino en seual de agradeuvitento.' (Muchos gracias por deharmeh doormeer aki. Kero regarlos una botelya de albaringo ...