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Another early start in Amsterdam for our flight to the Catalan Capital of Barcelona, all was running smoothly until we got to the airport and found the light had been delayed, first by 25minutes, then by 2 hours and finally we took off over 4 hours late. Positively we got some snack voucher and advised to complain for a possible refund.
Finally in Barcelona the fun didn't stop with a train delay and finally about an hour looking for our ...
... Cathy saying they showed a little clip of my film. At first I said No but she still was looking at me like I have seen your face before.
So I said to her "did you see a short film yesterday" she replied very excited "yes it's you " so feeling blushed and a little embarrassed I said please kept it quite I'm a surprise for the afternoon session. Then the French lady says have you got the children here and did you bring the boys. ...
... the ship on time and figuring out what to see in each stop. We started the day by taking the car back to the airport. The woman at the rental agency looked surprised that the car came back without any damage, guess it's not a common occurrence. Once we got there we asked what the best way to the dock was. We had done some research and read that it was either 2 hours of public transit or a 25 euro cab ride. When we asked at the tourist desk, the woman told ...
... next step it is transferred to the next barrel. After years of lovingly tending it, a small quantity is taken from the smallest barrel for bottling. Traditional Balsamic Vinegar of Modena is a Protected Designation of Origin Product and can only be produced in this area under the strictest guidelines. During the bottling process an expert "taster" comes along to inspect the vinegar and each bottle has a specific number assigned to it, if there is a ...
We slept in this morning given the late
time we made it to bed. We caught the Metro, and an outdoor escalator (weird)
to Gaudi’s Parc Guell; a Dr Seuss style playground filled with colourful tile
mosaics and Gaudi designed plazas and paths. It also has a terrific view over
the city to the beach.
Again we caught the metro to the
Barceloneta; had a late lunch and walked the beaches to Port Olimpic. This is
the area I ate ...