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... then hobbled up to the front
Tomorrow morning after breakfast, we are packing. We will be 'moving on up to the POSH' side, 5 floors up. The balcony is the largest we have seen – 'room for a pony'! It will be wonderful to cross the ocean while sipping coffee (not to mention our contraband wine) on the balcony. We have been so busy on this trip, we really haven't missed having a balcony – but this was going ...
... amp; the Black Madonna. Santiago our guide was full of very interesting information. This serrated mountain was fantastic & steep, thankfully I was not sitting close to the edge as we rounded some very sharp corners, & Sergio the driver received a round of applause when we arrived. It still amazes me that these monasteries are built in the most inaccessible places. A tour of Barcelona city ...
... store. It suited me as I could buy another shirt and jeans knowing they will fit (for now anyway).
Bought a bocadillo and then some cheese and tomato to give it a bit more flavour on the way back and had a quiet lunch with Richard. Warren went with Linda to visit the Picasso Museum and also do a chocolate tour of the old city.
We had a rest for an hour or so before walking over to the beach. What a change from a couple of ...
... putting an ice cube in a shot of espresso does not an ice coffee make).
Holly and MaryAnn had to head out and I wasn't ready to leave the heavenly peace so I meandered around until I came to the Miró Museum. Also on my Bucket List, I decided to pop in. Honestly? I think I liked Miró more before I went to the museum. What I always (and naively) thought were colorful doodles and expressions of joy (yes, quite naively) ...
... baggage through train stations and hotels with no lifts
2. Not knowing exactly what you're actually ordering to eat....however that was never really a problem as I enjoyed almost everything I ate
3. long Queues....especially at Paris airport......2 1/2 hours to get through customs : (
That after being packed in like sardines into an overcrowded train that wasn't going anywhere near where we thought it was going because of a strike the ticket ...