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... 2 blocks from our hotel. Jamon y vino on the hotel patio today. They also have the best tomato bread that we have had so far, it knocks our socks off. We celebrate the awesome tomato bread with more vino. We head down to the water for dinner. Norm has paella, I have a "basque style" whole baked sea bass. Super delicious, but a pain in the ass to eat. When we leave the packed restaurant, all other restaurant patios are empty. Kudos to the guy at the hotel who clearly gave a good ...
... book a hotel for the night. Just then, a young man wearing a set of reflective lederhosen abseils down the wall of the maintenance building with a cask full of spare clamps around his neck. What’s more, they give us all chocolate while we wait as an apology. Hooray for the Swiss.
In what seems like no time, we are on final approach to Barcelona. The city is somehow different from any we have ever ...
... the Bellagio; and Sunday, which is a holiday of some sort, there is a festival that includes some great flower designs and a trip to the beach. These are school excursions and one of my regrets in Florence was that I spent too many weekends away and so was not able to take advantage of the many offerings through the language school to get more acquainted with Florence itself. So I am making up for it in Barcelona, but seeing if I like the group activities.
... shopping mall. We then continued on to the coast, where the city of Barcelona meets the Mediterranean in a series of man-made beaches. There were already crowds here, playing volleyball, swimming, and roller-skating along the pathways. One thing we had already noticed about Barcelona is the amount of open space and dedicated fenced off areas among the streets, for people to walk, sit and play sports of all kinds. The population of Barcelona seem very active, and this ...
... the inevitability of this.
The major question was where to have dinner.
Here? There? Over there?
No, back at the first place we looked at, just down the street from the flat, by the row of recycling bins.
We chose some tapas and they were excellent... not only that, home was very close by, which was perfect.
All that remains is to convince my internal clock that a good ten hours is the way forward.....