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... of 14 euro a day plus I should also upgrade my car to a diesel car for only 5 euro extra a day. Since diesel is about 20 cents cheaper per liter in Spain and if I drive more then 300 km a day, it would be worth it (also it is a better car).
I've end up getting a Peugeot 208, it is still a pretty weak car (engine). The counter person gave me a ticket for exiting the parking lot, he told me if I use this I would not have to pay when exiting the parking lot. The car ...
... about a half kilometre from the car rental place, so we just walked the rest of the way. We arrived at the car rental agency by 9:30 am. I had booked a car through Expedia for 271 euro for 16 days. The agent recommended we buy the international insurance since we would be travelling to France, so we paid another 80 euros to get that coverage. The cost for renting the car includes unlimited mileage. The agent suggested that if we wanted ...
... after the 6pm mass in the "new" cathedral ( built 1761-1781!), a procession is held and the people mess up all the lovely displays made along the pathway before Sunday morning. The pathway murals were made from coloured wood shavings, flowers and flour for the white sections. It is for Pentecost Sunday.
We had hoped that Peter could get to see the La Morra, the city jail from 1486, which is under a government building, but with ...
29. Go white water rafting
30. Go mountain climbing
31. Make my very own cookbook
32. Go on a cruise with my close friends
33. Attend Oktoberfest
34. Tubing at a ski resort
35. Test drive some of the best cars in the world
36. Indoor skydiving
37. Go to Disneyland
38. Scuba dive a large ship wreck
39. Take voice lessons
40. Invest in stock market, mutual funds etc. ...
... some egg and pudding at the local Spar. Sunday morning we took the bus from our campsite to Barcelona. I act as guide and took MAuritz to all the main Gaudi sites, but only after we visited the PIcasso Museum. Quite an eye opener in itself. He went through so many different "phases" At the start of his carreer uhe painted quite ordinary portraits and lots of landscaping - then at the end quite ...