Amiga Barcelona Bed & Breakfast
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... nice and then to the Mirador de Colon which is the 60 metre high monument dedicated to Christopher Columbus. We caught the lift to the top and had wonderful views of the city. Then we went to the metro and caught the funicular up the mountain and into Montjuic - a beautiful area of gardens and the 1992 Olympic Games Stadium. Once we had seen all that we headed back down towards La Rambla - by this time we girls ...
... service and a meal on china service. Not bad. The bar was open also. So I had a meal and was drinking some nice rye for a change of pace...all they had was Bacardi White on board and that's not gunna happen. Me travel buddy popped a couple of pills and was drooling in his chair slightly after take off....so not much convo going on, I didn'tīt blame him for wanting to sleep either.
Watched a couple movies...twiddled me ...
... down Las Ramblas, the main pedestrian street of Barcelona. It was ok, lots of people to navigate through. There are all these chair set to the side of the street for people watching, but of course they were jammed up. A while back there were pet stores lining a section of the street, but unfortunately no longer (apparently a lot of people would get pets there with no intention of actually being able to take care of them long term). Ashley got excited about ...
... main drag and explore for the best of times.
Told Daniel he could pay for the bus and airport transfer and we'd call it even. On 60% of a salary in Switzerland, he needs the extra euros more than me.
Hauled our bags at 1320, heading for the first '34' bus stop. Good thing Daniel d/n see the signs for Zaragoza Delicias heading in a different direction from the bus: he would have wanted to get off again.
At the station c 1400, the trip almost an ...
... door section of astro turf to try before you buy shoes. All Nike's latest and greatest shoes were there as well as any jersey you could possibly want, however, we couldn't find any A-League section so I guess not any jersey. We didn't buy anything, although we had an awesome time in the store, which quite possibly could be the largest and greatest football store in the world.