Feetup Garden House Hostel
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... of town. Took an autobus from the airport to Placa de Catalunya and, from there, a cab to the hotel which cost about 10 euros each total. Not bad.
It took a couple of hours until the room was available, and we used that time to study the travel information, especially the Bus Turistic map and the Rick Steves book. Jane had a cup of coffee which turned out to be about 4 oz of the ...
... from Lisa to meet at the Sagrada Familia tomorrow tickets are organised. I'm really looking forward to catching up her again, there will be lots of laughs again tomorrow.
Then I came around to the other door and there are two envelopes inside were two gift vouchers for the Spa Salon and a note each. Well Em thinks she Jason's favourite. her note was better than mine . haha
So thank you so much to the Aunty(Aussie) team for ...
Catherine learned a tough lesson in Barcelona. She had bought a cross-over purse as more of an accessory than to hold things, but one evening (unbeknownst to her parents), she loaded up her purse before heading out for dinner. Her hairbrush, hair ties, and iPhone were among the contents, and she accidentally left the purse at the restaurant, remembering it only after we'd been walking back to our apartment for 15 minutes. We dashed back to the ...
... and were soon walking the local streets to find the square where the diables and taballers would be starting their Sant Joan activities later, Placa de la Concordia. There was a café on the square and so we stopped for coffees and to admire the special saint's day cakes, the Cocas de Sant Joan, that were on display in a local bakers.
Afternoon was turning in to evening and we'd spent a lot of time either driving or in the sunshine today so ...
... There was always something rather moving about the drips of wax built up over the years, but no more.
I think the best way to get to know a city is to walk it, and one gets to see the little things that one might otherwise miss. The walk back from here led us through pigeon filled squares, past banks of colourful and highly scented flowers, fountains, interesting buildings and smart tree lined walkways... we admired the front of the Gaudi houses, and the ...