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... city to visit with its famous beaches and link to the film industry with tourists lining up to have their photo taken on the steps of the red carpet area. We were tendered into port from the ship and our first sight was of loads of spectacular yachts. It turned out there was a Yacht Festival taking place so probably more money sitting there than normal, and what a great sight. We took a ride on La Petite Train for an overview of Cannes and then walked back up to Le Suquet ...
... Basilica of the Segrada Family is beyond description.
We had a wonderful time in Barcelona and plan on returning and exploring further.
Don't miss Tom's 2 Milestones......one at Dry Martini ( a famous local Bar ) and
the other was a "life long ...
... we soon joined up with others of our group we came across as the terrain started undulating a bit more. Our happiness ended as we turned onto highway N11 and suddenly were met with lots of traffic and more hills; we didn't know it at the time, but this was a harbinger of things to come.
Half of our group chose to surge ahead into the fray, while Don, Sue, and I elected to stay together as ...
... spent a few hours there then headed back to the tube. One of our friends from last night – Ryan actually came with us for the day. We had completely forgot that we had spun him our Seaworld story when we first met at the hostel. One the way to the tube he randomly asked 'so how did you guys all get the time off work to ravel together?’ ooops….we all looked at eachother and knew that we had to spill the beans. We ended ...
... countries across the world with whom I shared the common adventure of this amazing pilgrimage. I loved the food and I loved the vino tinto, always the local wine that was drunk by the local people. No additives, sulphates, etc, so it was easy to drink with no nasty side effects. I loved how when you wanted e.g. Gin and tonic, they didn't measure it out first, but just poured it generously into your glass and didn't "rip you off" in the process. I love the countryside, the ...