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Day 21, Part 2

Sally and I attended the flamenco opera and WOW, it was sensational. So much grace and passion; I almost expected the stage to ignite. It was absolutely wild, watching the woman manage the long, ruffled train on her dress while never slowing her pace.

Oh, for a body like hers.

Is it too late to take up flamenco dancing? :)

On the walk back, we encountered a marvelous religious procession, this being Good Friday. Sally is still back there taking pictures–she’s taller and younger–but I could only see the tops of things.

Tomorrow is our last full day in Barcelona. It’s hard to believe.

We’ve had such a wonderful time here, but there truly is no place like home.

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