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... Derry in Ireland. She looked after us so well, so much rest and cake and lovely chats. We were sad to leave and so very grateful she left us stay with her. We headed back to Dublin on the bus, it was lovely weather too in northern Ireland and then headed back to clouds and rain in Dublin. But we were only there for one more night so it was fine, we then got up bright and early and got a shuttle bus to the airport, where we got our flight to Barcelona baby!! ...
... and other buildings are set 800 metres up a 1500 metre mountain. Originally built as all church in 1025 it was converted to a monastery for Benedictines and expanded to its present day beautiful area. It was a perfect day to go according to Caesar as the cloud layer we had to traverse provided a carpet beneath us when we arrived at the monastery...fantastic.. The ambience up there was peaceful, the air, refreshing and the solemnity, inspiring, until another coach load of ...
... a good Samaritan might have turned it in, but no such luck. She broke into tears and there was nothing to do except hug her. She learned how heartless the world can be sometimes, and how important it is to take care of one's things. At least she still has her iPad.
Adios, Barcelona! I hope the next time we set foot in a Spanish speaking country (South America), I can speak a little bit of Spanish. I'm at lesson #1 in Rosetta's Stone…!
... against ours. We found someone to talk to who asked us to wait in a very long queue for the Easyjet desk in the corner, so we joined the back of it. It took us about four hours to get to the front, during which time our flight came up as cancelled and we learned that a strike by air traffic control in France was affecting all flights passing through that air space.
I felt rather sorry for the Easyjet staff. There weren't really enough ...
... to the old part of town, which is not ****** old but had nice old architecture and old churches. The city parklands Montjuic is a mountain off to one side of the city and has real nice gardens a sky rail and of course the compulsory castle. ( we couldn't resist the sky rail even though it was exorbitantly overpriced for what it is) The most impressive building in the city however was Gaudi's church 'La Familia Sagrada'. A completely surreal building it is under ...