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... gotten the clothes clean and up on the line to dry. Will find out the right way once Oliver is back in town!
A Trip to the Market Gets a Lot of Bang per Buck or Whatever the Euro Equivalent Is!
Although the Mercat Sant Antoni is closed due to the holiday, lots of small fruit and veggie shops are open and so I went around the corner, choosing one at random that looked promising. Picked up ingredients for ratatouille--my variation--so ...
... worker refused to see the problem with this and refused to admit the booking had been stuffed up. First time I saw Michaela take a confrontational stance ... It was awesome !! Haha we accepted it however and figured we could leave in the morning... However I went up to my room and found someone in my bed.. Dragged all my luggage back down the stairs and waited for half hour for the guy to serve me. Clearly realising he was not going to fair well in this argument.. ...
... NZ! A good proportion of these roads were in tunnels under the city. The Waterview bypass won’t hold a candle to this lot. And not as bad as Nice at any time of the day, which seemed to be gridlocked all day and night. I hate to think what Nice is like in summer.
The Sat. Nav. took us right to our Best Western Hotel and its underground car park, where the DS3 will sit for the next two days until we head for Valencia on Friday.
... the Basilica Next a visit to the open air mercato off of la Rambla. Black hog ham, fresh fiigs, olives soaking in spicy tomato based oil and fresh coconut were tasted. I don't recall seeing any ground hamburger for sale. Butchers and fish vendors take great pride in their food - rightly so. Dinner was at 8:30 (opening time) at Augut . Chad had tourbot (fish) , herb salad with amazing soft cheese . I enjoyed Potato au gratin with fungi , steak - done ...
... Parc Guell was beautiful! I even bought a turquoise necklace & bracelet there. The architecture is mind blowing. La Sagrada Familia was so beautiful, too, but it was under construction & the line to enter was extremely long so we only had a small view of it. After, we found a restaurant in the plaza to try paella, which was delicious!!
We returned to the same Italian restaurant for dinner, & received 2 jugs of limoncello this time :) We decided to back ...
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