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Not with a boy, but with Barcelona. This city is incredible, it's a perfect mix of old and new..traditions, architecture, and people. There is a great network of transportation, I am 2 miles away from the Mediterranean Sea, AND THERE IS NO SNOW HERE and I enjoy the simple fact that I can walk down the street and experience something different each day. A couple nights ago my host dad and I ...
... I think I also thought at the time that Picasso was French and since my mom studied, spoke and lived in France for a while when she was young it made me feel close to my mom and like I was sophisticated for sleeping in sheets that had and artist signature on them.
So I enjoyed very much the exploration of walking gallergy by gallery watching Picasso become the artist I loved. I was surprised to find out that he had ALL the ...
... hours of viewing Romanesque art, checking out the Olympic Stadium and the waterfalls at the Expo grounds, we are back on the bus!
We head down to the waterfront, past the World Trade Center, the Maritime Museum and the most significant statue of Columbus to be found. We decide to stop at Port Vell, near the old marina. Here we have lunch and check out Maremagnum, a modern shopping, acquarium and entertainment centre ...
... after they happen.
La Boqueria Market and Las Ramblas Walk
One of the most touted parts of the Ramblas Walk is the Boqueria Market. However, I found this market way too overcrowded and touristy with prices to match and could not escape fast enough. So far, I will stick with Mercat Sant Antoni right by my studio, since it is back where only locals go and it is comfortably filled with the right amount of merchants and shoppers. However, here is a blurb about the Ramblas ...
... to make it to Barcelona.
Meanwhile here are some pictures in and around the ship as we traveled east for 8 days. It is
mindboggling to me, how a huge ship like the Epic, 155,764 tons, can function
for 8 days straight, have enough power, water, food etc. for 4100 passengers
and 1753 employees.