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... to go for a walk. We left the site and turned right up the hill. It was getting quite warm and sunny. We crossed the bridge over the dual carriage way and walked on up towards the golf Pitch and Put course
. Rob said this was a par3 course with some ...
... pleasure, after 3 (free!) nights in MH Aires to be able to hook up to the electricity and switch on the kettle and not worry about how much electric we were using.
As the sun disappeared from clear skies it started to cool down rapidly and we had to put the Silver screens and electric fire on. It seemed strange to go to bed surrounded by other people and lights ...
... nice part’ of Vilanova (the bit that we had read about on the internet etc), but unfortunately it had few redeeming features so we headed back home and clocked up about 8 miles!!
Needless to say we have decided to hit the road again in the hope of finding a more traditional, scenic part of Spain…..i’m sure it’s out there somewhere!!!
Miles so far……1262 ….
... We've met some lovely people on our travels.
After a great sleep on one of the most comfortable beds and lovely breakfast we went off to do some more sightseeing. The gothic quarter and cathedral are amazing. Sat and had lunch sitting in the shade, facing the Cathedral, people watching (as usual) and listening to a classical guitarist. What a beautiful afternoon. Back on the bus to Villanova, delighted that the next day was a fast day - have eaten ...
... is Gaudi's masterpiece & Barcelona's most famous building. Construction began in 1882 & won't be completed to around 2030. Gaudi spent 40 years working on the church. He only saw the crypt, the apse & nativity facade completed. In his early 70's he was hit by a tram & mistaken for a homeless person so left in the street & couple days later died in a hospital of some kind where homeless people were ...