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... eating and drinking Spanish wine. We met a couple from Holland at the plaza tapas bar. Then, at our second stop, two young women from Israel at the table to my left and two young men from Tunisia on my right. We had very interesting conversations. There we were with America in the middle again. They were all such sweet and kind people. The young men from Tunisia were brothers. Achmed and Ali. Achmed was the older brother at 27. It would be too much to tell you of ...
... scores. Screams will suddenly erupt and head snap up and all stare at the various flat screens. Today all we saw was orange. Netherlands were playing today and every Dutch came out of the wood works for this game. Seas of very white orange clad people swamped the place. At 8 pm my grandfather and I decided let's go for a swim it's still warm enough. Race you down to the beach! Of course he won, with his "little Ferrari" and I lost with my two left feet. ...
... up to 4 courses if you want, and this doesn't include any of the food/drink options to be found just about anywhere/anytime. We our going to come home looking like versions of the "Goodyear Blimp" I'm sure. The sea has been flat calm so far, you don't even really realise you are out on the water... Hopefully it remains the same :) first shore excursion tomorrow to Nice, Ese and Monaco and Monte ...
... Hetts suddenly said it was 3 minutes to half past 6, I thought we had loads of time, not just 3 minutes.
With more guesswork than certainty, I marched us through the little alleys and we came out almost opposite the hotel.
Had it been deliberate, it would have been most impressive.
James and Claira were just finishing their first cocktails and gave them a good reference.
Ridiculously expensive, we ordered one martini ...
Well, the top of Barcelona anyway. Spectacular view from here.
Arrived via the famous blue tram which has been going since 1901 & the funicular also 1901.
Tramvia Blau (Catalan for "blue tramway") is one of Barcelona's threetram systems. It is a heritage streetcar line serving a hilly area of theSarrią-Sant Gervasi district.