AinB B&B Eixample-Muntaner
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... time. The rest of the museum had some interesting pieces including some Picasso's and an interesting gift shop.
Vicki and I headed off on the train again, more seeing what is where.
We returned for dinner with the gang before they all headed off to different places tomorrow. Trevor managed to negotiate Paella and Sangria for 15 Euros each.
One good find for the day was when I weighed the heavy bag and it is still 4 Kg ...
... That night we had a Paella-- which was delicious and a couple other tapas. Then we randomly went to watch a Flamenco dancer perform which was so awesome. It was probably one of the most favorite things I have done this trip because of how passionate the dancer was and how unique the sound was. Very cool. The next day we revisited Sagrada Familia and went inside..(also one of Gaudi's designs) Holy frijoles, it was so grand. It has been under construction for almost 200 years and ...
Next we went to get gelato at a local gelaterķa and found our way back to the hotel. I forgot to mention before, but Barcelona is very different than the rest of Spain for a couple reasons. It is located in the Autonomous region (province) of Catalunya, which has been trying for many years to become independent from Spain. They actually have their own language called Catalan, which they call their official language, along with Spanish. One fact I found ...
... 160;So I offered to pay and they covered the tip. In return, they welcomed me in and we became a troop for the ferry ride. That was all I needed because I was not prepared to go it alone again. We became fast and furious friends. We got to the port and when I saw the boat arrive, I realized just how small the last ferry was. This was MASSIVE and in my mind that could only mean good things. These girls had already done ...
... it to be very hot I'm excited to see who many people turn up. During the week it was a little empty. We pulled up at the camp ground, woah, this placed is packed to the rafters. Holy cow! No more sleepy Cudrefin, it's transformed into a mini party town. Tents, beer, dogs, children, Kombi vans, families, grey nomads the whole lot were here to soak up the sun while it lasted. The locals still look at me funny when I, a little bit before dusk go running bare foot ...