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... trip up to Barcelona. It is dismal weather with less views than we hoped but there are a few stretches by the sea reminiscent of Dawlish! Having first exited the Barcelona Sud station out of the wrong exit we correct ourselves and walk 20 minutes to the hotel Condado, room at the back but with a large balcony. We make for Gracia, a suburb with recommended bars and food. We have a ...
... knowledge on the topic. So our job is to pre-teach the topics, whenever we can, so that the kids can follow the lessons in Spanish.
They are both experts during their English lessons and get to relax during this class. We’ve reminded them that they should never correct their British English teachers if they say something that doesn’t seem right. (Luckily, because of the Harry Potter years, Anya
speaks British too.) They also each have a content class ...
... was very close to the Cathedral, but once inside reduced the sound of the bells to a tolerable level. (2) It was the cheapest place to get a coffee. For just $2 I got a cafe con leche y tostodos ( coffee with milk and a toasted bun, and I could choose to have the bun with butter & jam, or as the locals do with olive oil and pulped tomatoes) What a bargain eh.
(3) With every purchase docket you got the 4 numbers that would let you into the toilets ...
After a teary farewell to Jacob at Joaquin Sorolla station we caught the fast train to Madrid. We were in the premier class and it was lovely with a hosty bringing a meal and drinks like on a plane. We navigated Madrid station and caught another train to the airport and some 24 hours later we are home and crashing fast. So this is the end of this travel blog. If you can't get enough of my exploits a new one starts on Thursday with our trip to the US. See you ...
... usual occurrence in Spain in our experience.
We were on a stopping-all-stations train up the Mediterranean coast to Barcelona. The orange groves of the Valencian area became hilly and then mountainous, the groves thinning to scrubby pasture. There were frequently castles, usually in ruins, on high points. Eventually the rail ran just behind and sometimes along the coast. It's 9 degrees, so no-one is swimming. What an easy pleasure a ...