Husa Reina Victoria
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... of dogs I could hang around with and they were very friendly although a bit hard to understand. When it was time to leave they said they would smell me later.
We went to a big park that has a Doggy name - Grrruell Park. It was odd, everyone was sitting on seats made of broken cups and plates. I get in trouble if I break cups and plates. Humans are so confusing?
Last place we went was V.A.L.E.N.C.I.A, (Don't know how to say that one) but ...
... In the grocery store you have to pay to get a plastic bag. There are large glass bottle dispensers all over the cities of Lisbon and Valencia, and people actively use them. Finally, people do not unnecessarily use lights and air conditioning here. The stairwells in buildings do not tend to have lights that are constantly on, the lights in public bathrooms are motion activated, and people keep the lights and air conditioning off in their apartments unless it is necessary. All ...
With the way I chose to live my life, sometimes making plans and decisions can seem an almost impossible thing to do.
Constantly looking for the next destination then changing your mind, and having a rough idea of all the wonderful places you want to visit yet ending up with a list too long. I continually learn new things about each and every place I go to yet somehow all this information never seems enough.
No matter where I ...
... we sat there in the first half and watched Barcelona score three goals to nothing, all kicked by the same guy. Before halftime Darren and I went down to the toilets and to grab another beer each, then when we came back it was almost half time. When it went into overtime Valencia scored 2 goals in a couple of minutes, which was pretty exciting, everyone was stoked! So the halftime score was 2-3. When it came back for the second half there was ...
... and like a ghost-town, with barely anyone around. We didn't mind, as we ate our lunch in the shade, near the main square. A couple of photos and a walk around followed.
Up until now, "Sheila" our GPS, had been pretty good at getting us to places but for reason, she couldn't find Mulheim. We eventually had to ask a little fella for directions and he was nice enough to guide us there himself (despite him not speaking a lick of English).
Once we crossed the river and were ...