Hotel Port Marine
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... the kids went back for more, while Serena and I lazed at the van having a well earned forty winks. After all the excitement we came back for a stroll on the beach before our barbecue tea. Mark, Blake and I played bouls for an hour then I took the dog for her walk on the beach and took some photos (especially for Wayne) these were took about 2030hrs, a nice end to the ...
... was nice and with the
lift in the hotel only carrying 3 people someone still had to walk the 50 plus
stairs. Considering recent nights tonight seemed to be an early to bed night
Saturday 16th – With Shereen’s family not having
enough of us (we must have been on our best behaviour) Shereen picked us up to
take us to meet her father who had kindly offered to spend the morning with us
showing us some of the real ...
... Massive trawlers are moored along the banks and it is lined with restaurants and cafes. Amazingly, there are large underground car parks below the canal, and as we couldn't find anywhere to park above ground, ventured down the narrow tight turning ramp. No problems Level 2 Pink. Ches still noted every sign above ground to make sure we would find the entrance again.
It was about 1ish so we decided to seek out a ...
... been and continues to be so involved with the company. It is fun to see Inspirato growing and doing so well, and especially fun to see so many families having a fantastic time on trips together to exotic places around the US and the world.
After that we had a final, wonderful dinner on the back deck of the ship, with an amazing sunset view, then got ourselves packed up to disembark in Barcelona in the ...
... edge of the canal with other people enjoying the entertainment. I wonder if anyone has flaunted tradition and tried to introduce some women's teams. It has happened in bullfighting I think but I would much rather do and watch water jousting.
We walked all over the old town and went through an art museum, La Musee Paul Valéry. He was a famous native son - a poet, essayist and philosopher. The museum had a small but interesting collection of 17th - 19th paintings of ...