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... saying that he is trying to say 'thanks' so that is why he cuts it short but I am pretty sure it doesn't work that way. Jordan is doing well. Definitely keeping me grounded during the manic times. Have uploaded a few photos and will try and write another blog today after the winery. If I am capable of completing a sentence that is. Hope everyone at home is well and we are missing Molly like crazy!!! Much love to you all Liz and ...
... about it but the transfer from two African ports to two European ports had a big impact on the financials of myself and many of the other students as well. Europe is expensive, the clothes, the food, if you want to leave port or stay anywhere… it gets a little stressful. Anyway we payed their stupidly inflated price to walk through the front door then we were inside La Pedrera; a house designed by Gaudi for a rich couple or something. It was pretty cool and it’s ...
... donated to the museum by Picasso's wife. We wondered if people invited to Picasso's home for dinner would be served with the beautiful and whimsical platters and pitchers on display. Unfortunately, photography inside the museum was strictly forbidden.
Tomorrow we will be up early for a flight to Madrid, where we will pick up our rental car and start our travel odyssey through Southern Spain. ...
... captain or at least a crew on a vessel sailing the seas. I know. Sounds melodramatic but I get a kick out of the harbor Pilot boat that brings the Harbor Pilot to each ship to guide it in and out of the port and the whole mechanics of dropping the lines, bow thrusters, and navigating these modern marvels in small spaces. The ship literally pulled off dock and turned around in its space to begin the voyage. Since I’m the Captain of our ...
... walls. Now, however all was revealed and the entrance was approached across a broad and sunny plaza.
The inside of the building was even better than the outside with a surprisingly extensive section of the street plan of this part of the city as it would have been around 1714 at the time of the Siege of Barcelona on display, surrounded by walkways and crossed by a couple of bridges. It reminded me somewhat of Akrotiri on the Greek island of ...