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... afternoon presented me with another tour opportunity, once again with Leon, but this time about Modernisme. That's right, with an 'e' at the end, because it was not the typical modernism. I won't pretend to be an expert here and, having taken in a ton of information today, I won't try to repeat what Leon told us, but suffice it to say that the art and architecture in this city are immense in their splendour and uniqueness.
... in America for people to be lacking in political insight or education, in Portugal it seemed as though they had abandoned their political futures. The only hope anyone seemed to have was the hope that the European Union would unify Portugal with the remainder of Europe and the political decisions of the EU would be beneficial to Portugal. Despite this less than 35 percent of Portuguese voters decided to vote in the European Parliamentary elections.
... had been looking for since our first day in Spain and it was great. And that night we met a couple our age! Buuuut after a little chatting we quickly realized they weren't really our type, so we called it a night.
May 20Today was our day at sea. Since we didn't go anywhere I'll just list the highlights.1. Logan and I both got a spa treatment, hair cut for him, manicure for me.
2. We got some good gym time in
3. We met several very nice ...
... rushed past the market that was inside to head straight to the amenities. Afterwards, we realised that we were in the middle of a giant flea market. Excellent choice! So we had a browse around at all the interesting and wonderful bits and pieces that this quite large second hand market had to offer. There were so many shoes, an enormous wooden bed, tyres, suits, bags, tools, furniture, car parts, everything! After a long browse we continued our journey back into the city. Luckily Paul ...
... get lost and came back to Verona in time for dinner, once again there was no horsemeat involved.
The car needed to get dropped off at the airport by 10:30 am and even though we left an hour early, we just barely made it because of road construction. As we waited in a massive traffic jam trying to exit the autostrade and pay our toll, one of the drivers ahead started chatting with someone in the car next to him. They were not ...