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We thought Barcelona deserved its own blog as it was just so fricking cool. It is the first place in Europe that we've been and thought ...Yeah, I could live here! I actually need to google where it is in the "Liveable city" list which Melbourne has won a couple of times. We arrived in Barca early in the morning after another overnight train and dumped our bags with Nat and Brett, our airbnb hosts. The train was so much better, we sat in our own section ...
After a bit of a sleep in we went to Brunch and Cake for breakfast. Good choice!
After that we headed to passeig de Gracia for some gaudi watching. Saw the casa battlo but unfortunately the pedrera was being renovated so couldn't see it. After a walk around the gothic quarter and a look at the amazing Palau de la musica we headed to the ...
... out of the lift the room was on the right hand side. I thought it would be noisy due to being next to the lifts but the lifts are silent.
The walls however were thin i must say but for me wasn't so bad as i am a heavy sleepier, and there weren't any tenagers around so nobody was making noise.
For dinner we went off to the marine again, nice long walk at night while its nice and fresh and we headed to El rei de La Gamba - We ordered 4 ...
... we walked the 2 kilometres or so to Sagrada Familia, which was another Gaudi project - one that is still under construction. The lineup to get in there was very long so we decided instead to take a bus tour around the city. We bought a two-day hop-on hop-off pass and spent the next two hours seeing the sights from the top deck of an open-air bus. Barcelona is quite an amazing city! We got back to Sitges about 8:30 pm and went to another one of the seaside restaurants for ...
... a few landmarks. After a bit of a rest, we took the taxi to the Museum of
Catalan History. What an amazing museum – very well laid out and established.
We had a most interesting lunch on the rooftop – the menu of the day included
three courses and a glass of wine at a very reasonable price. The view across
the harbor is fantastic.
and I strolled down to the ...