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... time and the crew are making the ship ready to leave. All but one gangway is removed and various ropes are hauled on board, and still the stragglers are coming. Oh look, there's Joe Cool with his Ray Ban sunglasses, his Armani shopping bag and his expensive girlfriend. He'll hurry for no one.
Finally, everyone is aboard, the final gangway it removed, and the marathon is over. But, no wait a minute. Oh joy of joys, we have some leftovers. A very ...
... and learn things about them that you’d likely never ever know.
While in Paris, we did an Escape room game. Fun…but not as fun as Amsterdam….Yes, we are Escape room snobs now.
Okay, now for the crescendo! The highlight of the ENTIRE trip to Paris had to be our dinner, and when I say “our dinner” - I mean sans <—— (French meaning “without”) the boys.
Okay, let me explain. We arrived in Paris on our ...
... Picasso's Guernica - this remains a mystery to me.
When Rick and I were hanging out in Calella on the Spanish east coast in 1972, we were both completely oblivious to all this history and the Franco dictatorship.
But then, we WERE having a youthful adventure and were pretty self-obsessed.
More blasts from the past.
Does anyone remember reading that James Michener bit of fluff - The Drifters -- back in the early '70s?
When I saw the sign ...
... them haha. It's getting late and we've had maybe 7 or 8 drinks each so it's time to go, we finally get the bill and we've only been charged for 4 wines and only Laurie's meal OMG, really, I have fallen in love with Spain already! We also check out the huge fortress on the hill above Malaga for a great view over the city and Picasso Museum as Malaga was Pablo Picasso's birth ...
... Yes, my thoughts exactly. However, it’s actually a fabulous old house in the centre of the city filled with all sorts of gorgeous art, antiques and collectables and, not surprisingly, glass. What makes the visit though is the charismatic owner who guides you around with such enthusiasm and passion for his subject it’s hard not to come away seeing glass in a new light. As it were.