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... went on a tapas tour. So much cheap yummy food, and cheap yummy drinks, our whole evening only cost us E$25 each, and I was sloshed and full of food. We met some sweet young boys who are studying on exchange in Pamplona, they were just adorable, and made our evening even more fun.
Gaudi was followed by Miro. We headed up to the Miro Foundation the next day. I love Miro... well, mostly his later stuff, but it also had some awesome ...
... br> making an escape. I swear the look on its little dead face was one of insult,
which could not even be added to injury as there was no way that skin would be
punctured. Finally I tried a pair of regular desk scissors and was able to get
hold of the skin, and then clumsily rip and tear it open. However, never haven
peered at fish guts before, including a balloon for what I assume was an
intestine, all I could do was blur my ...
... to Spain.
So of course what happened was I somehow put the mini-SD card in the slot wrong and it did not register the extra memory. Then the non-refundable maps of Europe I paid for as a download, would not download because the device thinks it has insufficient memory. Now the card is totally stuck in the slot and cannot be extracted unless I get a screw driver the right size, etc. and I might completely break the darned device if I so much as try that.
... for a bit before we walked back to get into our room. Met a Canadian from the room next door (good bloke called Jason) then unpacked. Faidy managed to lock his keys in his bag and then his combo lock didn't work haha. He also somehow got into Spain with a shitload of assorted nuts. Love it. We are now chilling on the rooftop by the pool. In other words we are #living. Then we went out to La Ramblas de Catalunya for paella. I had the black rice ...
... Familia as a Basilica. At the base of the towers are bronze letters spelling are BARCINO, its name in Roman times. Then we walked through El Call, the Jewish Quarter. The streets were very narrow, just wide enough for two loaded mules to pass. We saw the Carrer del Bisbe Bridge, a small version of the Bridge of Sighs in Venice. We saw the Placa del Rei or Plaza of Kings where Ferdinand and Isabel welcomed Columbus home from his first voyage. ...