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... sweetest strawberries I have ever had and successfully navigated myself to the pastisseria. I returned to La Rambla and ate my xixo opposite the Gran Teatro de Liceu. It was like a sugar covered doughnut with a bit of custard inside. Yum! I walked all the way to the docks at the end of La Rambla and ventured past a few lovely squares before I went to see Santa Maria del Mar. There was a great 360 degree view of the city from the roof and the tour guide gave ...
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34. George- Catalan Driver in Barcelona
35. Frank & Angie- They are on their 25th wedding anniversary cruise.
... stair case so I had to wait. I started to get annoyed … I mean how long does it take to take a photo with an iphone for goodness sake? I got up to the next area and a man was taking his time taking photos looking down … oh God!! Eventually he moved on and I looked over to see what he had been doing and that was it for me… I had to get out of there and back down the stairs I had just walked and then back to the lift. No way was I walking down ...
... we observe - while replacing groceries that our hosts had left us we took note that a dozen cans of Amstel beer was 4 Euros 90, bottles of white wine ranged from 1 to 3 Euro!!
makes one think about giving up drinking water!!!
Our last day we spent wandering the harbour, through the market on La Rambla then into the Gothic quarter . We could hear haunting music echoing through the huge block walls on an alleyway, ...
... we had a little unplanned detour. We realised this when we popped our heads up like meerkats from the subway and there was no cathedral in sight - the district didn't look so flash either. Vernon had got the wrong station - we were at Sagreda not Sagrada! No worries, we popped underground again and found the right line :-))
The Sagrada Familia is a modern style cathedral whose outside of multiple towers (some yet to be built including ...