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... are 3 things in particular I have come to love about Spain, tapas, paella and sangria. There are these tiny little cobblestone back streets and side streets that house wee little cafes and delicatessens, pubs and fruit and vege stalls. They are really beautiful and still give the appearance of being from a bygone era. I have to say I loved discovering these little out of the way streets and lanes and I felt really really safe. ...
... the original chocolate milk shop. Cocoalat is the name given Chocolate milk, which is a brand name given to all other chocolate milk in the city. Carlos took us to nougat stores an then original importers and finally tapas bar where we were given local wine and a simple Panini and jamon typical of the region. Yum. After the tour, we went back to the apartment and had a sandwich we'd bought along the way... and Anne had croquettes!
... pick pocketer s##t is 200 euros richer!! I was not happy, I had my winge and we headed off for our dose of European sun at the beach.
Along the beach all day long locals walk up and down with trays of ice cold mojitos and sangria for 5 euros while yelling ‘you want, you want’.
After a few hours and a few pink bodies we headed home for our siesta, having lunch on the way at a little beach side kebab shop, best kebab I’ve had in a very long time. ...
... we eat! Not to worry, we finally ended up at a little italian place in Spain for pizza, pasta etc not what we planned but it is all good.
It is not every day you get to see what we have. We have been very fortunate to have good weather and have thoroughly enjoyed our time here.
None of our photos will really do justice to what we have seen or how we have felt. Tomorrow we join the cruise and on to France.
So much fun today. Who knew a 7 hour bus road trip could be this enjoyable. We left the hotel at 9 am in route for Barcelona. It started as a very quiet ride. Most people were sleeping. I couldn't sleep. We were traveling thru the mountains most of the first hour. Sometimes we were above the clouds. Have to admit at times it was a bit nerve racking. Guard rails only come to your knees. When your in a bus they seem even lower. The drop offs were hundreds of feet. Maybe ...