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... time is due.", Battery Boy muttered to himself. They spent a wonderful two hours viewing the various art pieces within the museum.
After traveling around Spain for the last fifteen days, driving 2204 kilometres (that precise kilometre reading is courtesy of Battery Boy's OCD) they arrived at their final Spanish destination, a tiny, quaint village called Barcelona.
They returned their hire car and made their way on foot to the hotel, a ...
... apartment. We walked with Cody and Hannah from the cruise, stopped and had a cappuccino, and then headed off our separate ways once we got into the city.
We stayed at our first airbnb, in the El Born part of Barcelona. It took us about 2 hours to actually find the apartment. It was difficult without having google maps. It made me wonder what people used to do! We wandered around the area where we thought it was for awhile, and everyone we ...
... city center, bus driver did not speak any English so it was confusing to get tickets. We then we're lost after we got off the bus because there was a plaza and the directions just said to walk through so we weren't sure which way to go from there. We asked a few people, only one spoke English. Even though jules, sam and I knew Spanish but in Barcelona they don't speak it, they speak Cataluna which sounds like a mix between Spanish and French. The room we were in was ...
... said we were on the wrong train. This train takes longer to get to Warsaw, so we would miss our connecting train to Berlin. I showed him the itinerary we were sent, and it said the train time. He said they put the wrong time, and that we would have to find another train to Berlin. Then he left us as we started worrying, and freaking out because we would have to find another train to Berlin. Except, our flight left at 6:40 Monday morning, so we had to get to Berlin before that.
The city of Girona was established in 76BC and has undergone 25 sieges and been captured 7 times - the Jewish population finally driven out , having been blamed for bringing the black plague. their cleanliness was actually the reason why THEY were able to escape the plague).
The old town is approached from over a river and is surrounded by huge Roman walls , which we were able to walk around the top of.. Of course for every 'up', there is ...