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Another week, another country! This afternoon we arrived in Barcelona after an 18 hour ferry ride from the Italian Riviera. Our 3 day stop in Cinque Terre, a UNESCO world heritage site was amazing. It is a series of 5 ancient villages built into the edges of cliffs along the sea. It is an 11 km hike from one end of the villages to the other, so of …
... a picture, but I got yelled at. After the market we did a little more shopping and then went to get fish pedicures! YES, I said FISH pedicures! We were all freaking out because the first thing we saw when we walked in were tanks and tanks of little fish. The workers took our feet and told us it would tickle for the first minute but after that it would be relaxing. She told us not to jump or move when we put our feet into the tank, which was REALLY hard not to. As soon as I put my ...
Scattered throughout Barcelona are some fascinating buildings created by Gaudi. Take my (Pat) word for it, you know a Gaudi building when you see it. His style is so different/distinct from all surrounding buildings - it's almost like that house that puts up the best Christmas lights in the neighbourhood - so Gaudi really stands out, attracts a lot of attention/visitors, and yeah, not everyone likes it. 'Wavy' and 'colourful' and two obvious words I'd use to ...
... like a school child, I jumped onto the escalator and kept looking back, thinking that the person who invented the escalator was sent from the future to help mankind.
Anyway, the Park itself was a green spacious area that was designed to hold 60 houses but, as he was wont to do, Gaudi either got bored and moved onto something else, or he died before it was finished. It is magnificent though. From the viaducts that you can walk along ...
... beautifully presented food. We walked by an olive stand and it was filled with so many different kinds of olives. Never knew there were that many.
There were some stalls that prepared food and one could take up a seat and eat and watch the crowds. Some of the meat stalls were very different as we saw chicken feet, tongue, skinned rabbit. We saw the ...
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