The Inn At Market Square
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have a big shopping day planned tomorrow to start getting
her costume ready! I've opted for a less scary but far more
patriotic idea, I'm repping the Aussies & going as a koala
(though I'm fully expecting to end up looking more like a
mouse than anything, but hopefully a mini branch of ...
... freely; that would make me feel important or something.
The general plan is:
Barcelona (and surrounding beaches!)
Morrocco - Marrakech and Essaouria
I fly out @ 8:00 tomorrow! If anyone has good book suggestions for a super long flight, I'd love to hear ...
The first day, we went to the Island of La Grande Jatte. It was amazing how the trees looked so much like the painting. We shared bread, cheese, salami and wine for a perfect afternoon picnic! After, Aaron took us to his favorite bookstore which had a lot of really old books and dusty velvet chairs to sit on. THEN we went to Orsay which was my FAVORITE museum of the trip. The top floor is filled with impressionist and post-impressionist painters. I never realized ...
... reached the summit of the crater, which of course, we could not see into because of the fog. That damn bloody fog. When you look at pictures of the crater on a clear day it looks desolate and inactive. This could not be further from the truth. The rotten eggs smell of sulfur filled the air. When I touched the ground at the rim of the crater it was noticeably hot. Then, I heard a cracking sound that seemed to come from under my feet. These sounds are commonplace when ...
Before arriving at our next campsite we visited the Mariposa Grove. This home to the Giant Sequoias, the largest living things on Earth. These true giants were impressive, not the tallest trees, that would be the redwoods, but the largest in volume and up to 30ft across. You can fit dozens of people at the base of these things, some of which were 3000 years old. We hiked through the Sequoias and Douglas Fur Trees with the white ...