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Tuesday, 29 April 2014

Sitges

Carol and I go out to see the streets of Barcelona at midnight.


 The trip to Sitges was fairly difficult.


 We take the L5 subway to the Sants train station and buy tickets to Sitges from a kiosk machine.


 Our tickets don't work in the turnstile so an official let's us though another gate that doesn't require the correct ticket.... We take the light green R2 train which goes to the airport. There we discover that we should have taken the dark green R2 and backtrack one stop to catch the dark green R2 train.


 When we arrive in Sitges we discover that the ticket kiosk has given us tickets to a wine tour in a small city in another direction for a price which greatly exceeds the cost of a trip to Sitges.


Ann and Carol in Sitges...



Regardless of all that, Sitges is a lovely little beachfront town on the Mediterranean Sea.


 We have lunch, wander the beach and later have a glass of wine.


We are glad we went...next time we'll do better... it was a learning experience...we are moving up on the learning curve..



 The water is about 68F right now...a few hardy souls are splashing in the surf...I take off my shoes to test the water.


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