AinB B&B Eixample-Muntaner
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... pitch, but I also enjoyed the pitchside view.
Football history absorbed and appreciated, I headed back to Plaza de Catalunya to meet A. After having spoken with her so much on Skype and elsewhere in the past, it was wonderful to finally meet her in the flesh. We kept it strictly Spanish, but there were some lapses into English. When I say some, I really mean many. Regardless, we had a great time walking the streets surrounding the Plaza ...
When you tell people you are going to Spain they ask if you are going to Barcelona and before you can reply they tell you how it was their favourite city in all of Europe and how you HAVE to go there. Ironically in life though when someone gives you their 'favourite' you unintentionally set high expectations and when you finally do get there it never turns out as good as you imagined. Not so with Barcelona, the punters were right, Barcelona is ...
... on stage. And I was so nervous before we got on but once Cathy and I got talking it was just like our phone chats.
Hey Cathy if your reading this?
So afterwards lots thankyous and kisses, had a great lunch with Jason and Lisa so many giggles between them including Emily. Oh hang on one of the laughs was a guy walking through the restaurant with his meat hangers on Emily just cracked up and then about 5 minutes late a ...
... br> Thursday was La Sagrada Familia day. We booked tickets online to avoid the queues with a 4.30pm entry time, so we had some time to kill on our way. What better thing to do than go to market!! We stocked up on picnic items back at la Boqueira, then headed for the LP walking tour in L’Eixample, starting at the busy boulevard Passeig de Gracia where most of the modernista buildings are, including several of Gaudi’s standouts. We viewed from the outside (we decided to ...
... br> Before heading back to Barcelona, we walked around the grounds and explored the small village of Salomó. We encountered this strange tower and explored it a bit. Getting up to the top was surely life threatening but the views of the vineyards made it worth it! We found a large circular stone that had carved in it the directions and distances to cities all over the world. Very interesting.
La Sagrada Familia
After recovering from all the eating, ...