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... any faster.
At ten minutes past the time the real fun begins. Arguing old people are my favourite. You can't hear what they are saying but as they stride along the gangway they would be saying "I told you the bus would not come in time", or "I knew it was more than a five minutes walk" or "why you queued all that time just to buy that stupid straw donkey I'll never know."
And now we reach the serious stage of the race. It is now twenty minutes ...
... the Louvre. No organized tour groups….but controlled chaos as you searched area after area using Art History clues to navigate you. We actually learned a lot and saw a ton of the Louvre.
I know that our sophisticated readers (whoever you are) are probably cringing at the thought of us running about the Museum…but I highly recommend seeing art this way. If you’re not an amazingly informed art historian (which we are NOT) then it is a great way to see some ...
... grim what with the Inquisition and more recently the Civil War.
All I really knew about that was from Ernest Hemingway's For Whom the Bell Tolls.
Another blast from the past - shout-out to Julianne Melville, Jenny Cullip and Noelene Marmont - we studied it at Balmain Teachers College with Dr Holland.
It's much easier learning about a country's history when you're actually there on the spot.
I'm also reading a book called The Return which is ...
... offered a free sweet Vermouth as we walked past. We accepted the free drink and sat down, it was full of locals which is always a good sign. We popped of Spanish Rioja cherry here and wow we were instantly in love, our waiter was such a character and brought over gin and tonics to try and nibbles like the best olives I have ever had. We sat down for dinner, they didn't ...
We had another day in Málaga a couple of weeks ago. Having arrived before rush hour, such as it is, we popped to the covered market. It sells an abundance of fresh fruit, veg, fish and other local produce. It’s all beautifully and painstakingly laid out- fruit by fruit, fish by fish. After buying all the fruit and veg that John could carry we obviously needed some sustenance. So Casa Aranda beckoned ...