Hotel Via Augusta
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... to jump over the fire pit. This small act was a huge metaphoric one for me. Maybe I was frustrated with men, had my own issues with weakness, hated the fact that my trip to Morocco was in jeopardy because of my gender, or it was just simply my feminism kicking in. I was sick of feeling unable to do things because of my gender. I hated feeling unsafe on the street, having guys try to force alcohol down my throat, and not knowing who I should trust to take a cab back ...
... to Wright, his designs were very modern, unique and ahead of their time. We checked out his most well known landmarks including Casa Batllo, a famous residence and his masterpiece cathedral, the Sagrada Familia.
We took a day trip on ...
... amp; downed a fab coffee, bought ready made rolls for dinner before dragging ourselves home for a rest. We had intentions of walking to the local Olympic gardens & catching the cable car to the port, but by the time we had walked for an hr, it was 7.30pm the the service was closing down!! Plans changed so we walked to the beach where we sat for a drink & watched with plenty of activity to take our attention. Swimmers, skate boarders, rollerbladers, ...
... yourself up for
disappointment by trying to do too many things in the time allotted to you. So
with that in mind, I decided to have a nice wander around Paris!
First up, we were dropped off by the coach with a map and a
healthy sense of adventure at the Notre Dame Cathedral on the Ile de la Cite, an island in the Seine River.
Potentially this was something I was most excited about, as Notre Dame is
something we have all seen in movies. Movies do not do ...
... and explaining so you can really visualise life back in the times. He also randomly found a bar showing AFL finals so decided to stop in, watch the game with a couple of pints and see Freo lose !
I trotted on down our street, poked my head into afew shops, grabbed a takeaway coffee and headed towards the Palau De La Musica; a concert hall designed to house the muscians of the time I believe and today hosts regular musical performances. Unfortunately I was too ...