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... morning at about 4am so that gives us about 3 days to do the journey, we'll probably try and do about 400 miles tomorrow between us to try and break the back of it and then have a couple of Slower easier days after but we shall see!!! It very much depends on the traffic really and then we obviously have to try and get through the carnage at Calais without any immigrants climbing aboard!!! Doors and windows will be well and truly locked!! ...
... of their heads as if they were under a shower.. Not nice but we didn't have much choice and it was only about a 20 min journey... On arrival at the stadium managed to find out seats easy enough and got a couple of drinks and got ready to enjoy the game..... This is when it actually sunk in that we were about to watch Barcelona play, this wasn't any old friendly down the Ricoh, it was Barcelona Vs Roma.. All the megastars were playing, Messi, Iniesta, ...
... houses the tombs of eight kings of Aragon, and many of their queens. Among them is Alfonso -- the man who ordered the killing of Ines, or Peter and Ines fame.
We enjoyed a nice sitdown lunch at a cafe just outside the buildings, and the loaded back up. The day before, the Pahi brothers had suggested we visit a look-out spot close to the abbey, from which, it is said, you can see more than half of Catalonia, including all the way up to France on a clear ...
... the true winemaker among them, speaks primarily Catalan and French, having studied his craft in France and spending much of his time there. His brother, who is a banker by day, speaks excellent English, and he did the majority of the translation. The French-speaker was passionate about the wine, as well as Catalan politics, and his brother was left to do most of the translating during our four-hour-plus visit. We got to see and run the bottling machine, ...
... village, the roads were cobbled and paved with very slick marble. As we passed through the church square, he warned me that I'd make a very sharp turn and that I'd have to "gun it" to make the final ascent. I was already regretting not having a manual transmission, to give me more torque. I made the turn quickly, to maintain momentum, but as I cut hard right to squeeze -- barely -- the van into the narrow channel, there was a loud crunching noise in back ...