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... to go near the special buildings. John and I had a good time walking up to the different overlooks and seeing the pretty buildings from a distance. We had to wait a bit at first to explore though because the rain came down in buckets and we didn't want to get soaked.
After the park we started to make our way back to Susanna. I we stopped at an overpriced store to pick up food for the train tomorrow. When we arrived at home Susanna and ...
... has been BUSY. Not bad busy. Just busy. So this go around, my first trek to the Mediterrainean Coast, I hope to relax a little more. Catch up on my reading. And of course, my wine. (Or wait, did I ever fall behind?) The flight to Amsterdam was delightful. Once again, thanks to the perks of being air crew, I managed to find myself enjoying the eight hour plane ride in style, upgraded to the World Business Class section on KLM. The experience went a little ...
Until now, I never quite 'got' Picasso. I thought he was a an egotistical person that became famous for reason only known to himself. I heard about him in school, in Kenya, everyone does around the world. I could pin point his work in a psychiatric text as if I wanted to, but his work never really appealed to me. I never really wanted to acquire his work or paint like him. I still don't. But I now have a new sense of appreciation ...
... Rem and Sam. We all decided to head to the the dance floor and have some fun, and to also stop me from stressing about my phone. We danced until about 6am when they closed the bar and we all got kicked out. We didn't get home until 7am or around then. I stayed in the lobby to talk to mum and try and sort out the phone issue. I ended up going to Bri and Caitie's room and had a shower there. The tour was leaving the hotel at 9.30am to do a walking tour around Barcelona. I ...
... other concert hall we’ve ever seen. Instead of rich velvet and luxurious wood, there were stained glass and stone statues. It was incredible! The chandelier in the ceiling was the highlight. It was made of stained glass and was quite large. It was rectangular, but in the centre, a section descended like a drop of water. It let in the light beautifully during the daytime. The ceiling was also decorated in many ceramic roses. The stage has an adjustable wooden platform ...
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