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... for good. We both really loved Barcelona. It's a really beautiful city, packed with history and some amazing sights. Our only disappointment was our trip today to Park Guell (sorry Ral.) With neither of us being arty, we perhaps failed to appreciate what was on display and possibly expected to see more? Not sure, but after the 1.5hr walk from our hotel to the Park, neither of us were loving it. The afternoon did get better, for Chris at ...
... of the gang. Along the way, we espy
some sunglass stores – both of us looking for (needing?) new sunglasses. We both had our eyes on a pair in Malaga, but
didn’t buy them and are kicking ourselves for not doing so. They were cheaper than anything we saw in
Italy, and we liked them more! So we go
into one store and BINGO. We EACH find a
pair and get both for less than one pair of glasses in Italy. SCORE!!
This morning we went down to buy our tickets to San Sebastián (on our way to the Beach) only to find that they were all sold out. The problem? We waited until the day before departure to buy tickets to a very popular beach destination, for Friday travel, in the summer in Europe! Probably next to impossible at the best of times but making it worse is the fact that some airlines in France are on strike, meaning more people ...
Take a train on the outer city network (1hr) to Montserrat. This is a spectacular landscape and would have been a perfectly peaceful retreat for the Benedictine Monks, who built a beautiful monastery and basilica here, until (other than the 18th century Napoleonic invasion) the rise of the tourism empire. Despite the belief by some locals that it has probably been turned into a circus by the commercial aspect, there ...
... on the bus to continue our exploration of Barcelona on our way to Montserrat, to visit the Chapel of our Lady to see (and touch) the black Virgin Mary. Once back in Barcelona we went back to go inside the breathtaking structure. Up the lift we went into one of the towers on the top of the building and then a spiral stair case was our way down. Words cannot describe what it is like, so please see the attached photos. ...