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... then train to Guadi's Cathedral - got a ticket only 20 minutes to wait (others had to wait hours) - lucky - I think the ticket seller liked me.
The up to a Gaudi park - didn't go in - had lunch watching Las Rablas with beer and Pizza.
went back to hotel and could not get in till girl turned up. Seems I can pick when she ducks out and locks the front door.
Now I am refreshed for tonight.
I am really quite active and busy I think.
... the red bus it took us through to the 1992 Olympic area and the marina/port area. Did you notice on the picture yesterday the two cruise ships in the distance? That is where we catch the Nieuw Amsterdam.
Jumped off around 2pm once we had ridden the green bus along the beach area near the marina and had a nice meal of fish at a restaurant. Great bottle of Spanish Sav Blanc
The obvious ...
... the other motorhomes we find there.
We spend much of Sunday morning spring cleaning Ruby before a quick tour and coffee in Medinaceli. We discover a well-kept Spanish secret in this tiny picturesque village; the whole place is perched atop a hill overlooking the beautiful valleys below. Most buildings we assume to be 18th century, erected using local rock, and seemingly untouched since. There are some new-builds set along the same cobbled ...
... br> In light of our hectic week of sightseeing, Amy and I decided to simply lay out on the beach on Saturday. And that's what we did. The sun was a nice break from the dismal weather we had been used to, and it was so nice to not have a plan at all today. We just laid out on the beach all day and enjoyed the sunshine.
I will end with a funny story. Tapas is a Spanish cultural food, so naturally I wanted to try it. However, I had no idea what it was. So ...
... an uphill trek (yes I know some of you told me about this) we duly arrived at Park Guell, the home of Gaudi for the last part of his life. A big rambling hilly park with lots of Gaudi-like features. There is also the museum housed in the house he lived in, along with some furniture designed by him (ergonomic stuff before anyone had ever heard of the word). Reverse trek home, off with the shoes and leftovers from ...