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... more real, because I'm having genuine encounters versus simply transactions. And that always makes a place feel more three-dimensional to me.
Which brings us, in a very roundabout way, to Barcelona itself. As usual, I'm more interested in sharing impressions and exploring themes than in providing a blow-by-blow account of where I went and what I saw. And as I'm beginning to see is also usual, I didn't actually visit many of Barcelona's "sights." I left the ...
... made wonder and we headed to a nearby Tapas-place, Tinta Fina, which proved to be the BEST in town (merci ma chère). Fresh delicious tapas and indeed very good service! Filled with new energy it was the time to discover the Royal Chapel, just beside the Cathedral. This entire catholic monument was cute, full of paintings of religious personalities, mostly done by Dutch painters! We were done quite quick and headed down towards the big square in front of ...
... the complex in plenty of time to see everything.
We started with the Generalife Gardens and Generalife Palace, built in the early 14th century. The gardens, in particular, were spectacular. We've seen a lot of impressive gardens since arriving in Western Europe, but these are definitely top three along with Versailles' and Villandry's. The Nasrid dynasty that ruled Granada apparently tried to emulate "paradise on earth" in everything ...
... it was also the day our old Queen Beatrix gave her thrown to our new King Willem-Alexander we had to celebrate it. So Jesse and I fixed everything we needed, decorated his house (we celebrated it there because his house is bigger) and invited all of our friends. The party was great everyone was or got orange. Besides that it was a real dutch queens day party it also became a real Spanish party, because everyone, including the police, came! In Spain it is very normal for ...
... originally going to come with us because he could drive stick...or so he thought. He couldn't manage it so they had to rent a mini cooper. Bottom line is Alex and I decided to just take the train down. WELL, was that a mistake! We paid about 70 euros for the train ride and unfortunately we discovered it was more uncomfortable than the godforsaken bus. Why? Because we were the only people with our seats facing another two people, so basically we were sharing ...