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Woke up really late thanks to the blackout shades, whoops. We planned out the day, including buying tickets and making lunch reservations, then set off. The metro system is easy and inexpensive - we got a 10 ride ticket for €9.95 that we can both use.
Travis led us to La Boqueria market, which is like a regular market with stalls, except that you can eat at some of the food stands [Travis -- c'mon, it's one of the most well known markets in ...
... was because it was the morning after Christmas but it was unlike anything we have ever experienced and even Jenny was still commenting about it later on.
Unlike Buenos Aires where you are warned and warned again to not take a taxi from the airport that you haven't already booked inside the terminal, in Barcelona that's not the case. In fact, they have a dedicated "Exit to Taxi" area. There were lines roped off but not a soul there so we hopped into the first taxi ...
... trying to lock in a potential sale with one eye constantly scanning the outer environment. One time I swear I looked and there were six vendors, my gaze was momentarily averted and when I resumed looking, the six had all disappeared without a trace!
I returned to the bus tour and we made our way through as many if not more dazzling sites than the first route, passing the Olympic stadium and pool complex, the home ground of Barcelona FC, more art galleries and ...
... set of custom dishes I will treasure forever.
The Land of Wine & Freixenet
My plan for Saturday is to meet a group of fellow students from language schools throughout Barcelona at the Arc del Triomf Metro station at 8:45 am for a trip of nearby wine country that lasts until the return to Barcelona by 2:30 pm. In the afternoon, I would love to see a movie someplace as I have not watched one for quite a while. We will see what is playing where. More ...
... that there is still a tension between regions of Spain who fear their cultural identity will be diluted or swallowed with the ongoing union under "Spain". Galicia retains its own language, Navarre still retains its own language, Catalonia retains its own language, while speaking the common language of spanish. Their sense of cultural origins remains strong as they move forward. I love the story of their faith, with all its highs and lows. Their basilicas, cathedrals, churches, ...