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... scoffs at. If anything, I certainly will return!
February 4rd & 5th - 23:30 - Barcelona, Spain
To stay with the optimistic theme of this blog, I won't mention the flight! However, we arrived not delayed and safely - truly all you can ask of a $250 flight to Europe. We grabbed the Aerobus to Place del Catalunya (city center, essentially) and made our way slowly and circuitously to our first hostel. Once there, we were shown to our rooms. Now, I ...
At the moment, we are in Madrid. A few days ago we left Barcelona. Barcelona is one of my favourite cities so far. We found it very pretty, clean and easy to get around. The food was absolutely delicious and the people very friendly.
We stayed in a very nice flat for 5 days. It was very large & clean, and easily opened up in to fresh air. It was located in a small square. The square was very atmospheric, and seemingly ...
... the largest metropolis on the Mediterranean but the core 'downtown' part around Las Ramblas still seems quite easy to get around. The wide open pedestrian strip still has the multitude of artists; performing and creative, lining each side, certainly an interesting walk. Although people watching with this volume of people (4 ships in today) is also interesting. Flower stalls and cafés too. I found the Senegalese traders missing from Italy, they were just returning after ...
The New Me Already Beginning to Emerge
Only three days into my New Me Tour, I am already feeling better and looking a little better! Part of it is, of course, being off by day and working at night, a lot comes from water, water, water flushing out all the bad, but of course, I am also eating fully organic--so no pesticides, no gmos, no processed articifical ingredient foods, no deep fried whatevers, etc. It is easier to do in Spain where GMOs ...
... not rung.
The restaurant owner, of thirty years, welcomed them to his restaurant and when asked if he had any specials for the night he replied that all his dishes were special and that he had only changed four or five dishes in thirty years. Video Girl and Battery Boy settled on the chorizo cooked in apple cider, marinated grilled vegetables, jamon croquettes and home cooked tomato bread with a bottle of 2008 Abada 3.9 Syrah. For dessert they shared ...