#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Day 21, Barcelona

We’re vegging today, as most things are closed, this being Good Friday. We fly home on Easter Sunday, so our time in lovely Barcelona is dwindling.

Tonight, we have tickets to attend a Flamenco Opera on La Rambla, which is within easy walking distance of our hotel. My ATC for today will, no doubt, feature dancers in ruffles. :)

In some ways, it’s hard to believe we’ve been here three weeks today. The time literally FLEW by. I feel wonderfully rested, restored and reinspired. I’m ready to go back home, and I know Sally is, too.

In the meantime, flamenco…

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