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... way of trying to deter smoking....NOPE.... Its not working.
Ok so back the beach
There were also topless women everywhere. I think I saw every kind if boob imaginable. Big, small, saggy, old, good boob job, Horrible boob job, women that need a boob job. I saw it all and it's normal here. The guys were in speedos or just really short and tight swim shorts with bodies that made you just want to shake your head as they walk pass and say good lord.
I stayed at ...
... pickup soccer in a city square. They used their coats as goalposts.
4. Going to Spain the week before Easter is not for the fainthearted. Eating pig cheeks is not for the faintstomach. I prayed to enough porcelain Madonnas and porcelain thrones to send me to straight to the golden gates.
5. Semana Santa in Sevilla was the biggest surprise of my ...
... and modern hotels. We had the most delicious lunch at one of the beachside restaurants with the sun shining and being served by some sublime waiters.
Back on the bus, this time we were heading to the northern parts of the city, passing La Sagrada Familia and then stopping at Parc Guell - a Gaudi designed park. An amazing construction - a cross between ancient stonework and fantasy ...
... flag and would sing certain songs every so often. When we got to our seats we wondered why we had these red posters on our seat. It quickly became evident just before kick-off when the whole stadium was a sea of red and yellow. Whole horizontal sections of the stadium have either red or yellow posters. When everyone holds up their posters it looks very impressive. The supporters were very loud and very passionate, breaking out into song regularly with everyone ...
... we finished the tour of the church, we decided to head closer to our hotel to grab a bite to eat. We shared a couple tapa type dishes, some vino and called it a day. Next day we headed to Barcelona city center again and wandered down some different streets just admiring their shops, and the architecture of their beautifully maintained buildings. Every street juncture seems to lead off down to a little street barely wider than a lane with balconies covered in greenery or ...
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