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... we arrived. Our host is very warm and welcoming and the neighbourhood and the room is as described and just one block from the beach - beautiful! We have a private bathroom and also a little fridge and microwave. By the time we got settled it was about 2:00 pm. Even though we were very tired, we did not want to waste such a beautiful day and we headed for the beach. We took the beach ...
... was nice but the show was terrible. Who would have thought Spanish singing and flamenco dancing could be so bad. We were in a pokey little room with no air conditioning and if we could of got out we would of. One other tour group left half way through. Oh well, can't have a great night every night. Overall, Barcelona is our least favourite place so far. The coffee and food has been better than Italy and France though.
Randall & Mikey
... the mountains, we can appreciate why the Basques has their own language and culture - they lived between the Atlantic and the Pyrenees - where nobody else ventured! We stop briefly in Pamplona for lovely coffee and a baked milktart (had no idea what it was when we ordered but it looked the best on the counter). Walk to Plaza de Torro. Enjoy the streets and find the church and Running of the bulls corner. buy a ...
Alright so we got to Nice and were amazed at the incredible quality of the women there. The girls were not only gorgeous but were walking around the streets wearing next to nothing. That was on the streets. When we made it to the beaches many girls and women (some you didn't want to look at) were topless. Also most people there spoke English which was a big plus. Based on this information we realized that this might be a place where ...
... or better, but not mine) became popular in the 1960´s as the only center of counterculture in mainland Spain (while Spain was still under dictator Francisco Franco) it has to be about the cleanest city I have ever seen; there are cleaning crews out every day, recycle bins every block, plenty of signs, and conscientious locals almost 35% of the 30,000 ¨locals¨come from the Netherlands, England or Scandanavia and their children can attend the ...
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