Hostal La Palmera
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We slept in today after coming back to our place late last night. We enjoyed relaxing at our apartment this morning. We prepared a delicious breakfast of scrambled eggs, fresh croissants, Spanish hard cheese, pork sausages and fresh orange juice. Well fed, we headed to our first destination, the Casa Mila. This is a building designed by Gaudi and is a world heritage site. Built ...
... chasing pigeons, so Adam followed him round. It's too hot today to do anything stressful so when we hot back from lunch I hung the washing out and we chilled on the roof for a bit until it was time for Alfred's bedtime routine. I have also decided to write a weekly blog now as we are getting into routine and there is not much to say about day to day life so highlights at the end of the week will be better. ...
... had arranged for a walking tour of the Old City and we met our guide Lowri at the Plaša Real, arguably the most famous square in a city that is absolutely full of them. We arrived a few minutes early and decided to just do some people watching, and one of our first thoughts was that the square reminded us a lot of what we would think Cuba would look like. The palm trees, architecture and even the lettering on some of the signs just had a very typically Havana feel to it. Well ...
... It's alright, I wouldn't call it spectacular. You get good views of the city from the top though)
... is the only big event, and grocery
shopping, hanging my laundry in the courtyard, painting and photo-editing take
up the rest of my energy. I like to leave enough time to digest my experiences, including all the subtle sounds and smells of a place. What a
privilege to be able to take things at my natural pace!
And then there are some activities which wouldn’t likely support my
joy, such as a cocktail party for InterNations, on a hotel terrace. ...