Caballero San Juan
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... this had been an extraordinary occurrence and elected to stay.
It was a hot Sunday so we decided to check out the local beach. What a scene! It was so crowded there was barely any sand visible with lots of 20 Somethings strutting their stuff. We took a refreshment break at a beachside restaurant and hightailed it back home.
... to distract him while I was cleaning the bathroom, by letting him play with the bidet (obviously after I bleached it to death)By 12 o'clock everyone was gone, we had most of our furniture and the Internet. Sweet! We still have 4 chairs to get delivered and we need to go to the second hand store to buy 2 bedside tables, an av unit and possibly a vanity table. We had to go to the chair shop to pay for them as we ...
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... navigated a very narrow rode that twisted and turned, taking us up above the cloud line to the very top of the jagged mountains. Montserrat means saw-toothed or serrated mountain, and the rocky peaks do resemble the jagged edges of a saw.
On top of Montserrat is the Benedictine abbey, Santa Maria de Montserrat, and the Basiica of Santa Maria de Montserrat where the statue of the Virgin of Montserrat is displayed. ...
... a concrete wall, that was originally sketched on a napkin by Picasso. It depicted Palm Sunday and showed a traditional Barcelona tradition where a human pyramid up to 10 people high was built before a child climbs to the top and hold up 4 fingers to represent the Andalusian flag (the region Barcelona is in). We went through some winding streets to get to a square where the dictator Franco once dropped bombs and you could see shrapnel holes in the walls. It also ...