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... Dogs run loose, several people including Maria had chickens, the streets twist and turn up and down, and most of the houses are white and rustic orange. From Maria's house I could see a sacred mountain among several trees, which Jahma told me some about.
For the day and morning that I stayed with this family, I felt pretty spoiled. When I arrived I was offered fresh fruit that came right out of their back yard, and later Maria ...
... window seats and watched us take off and fly over the channel. Crossing France we hit some bad turbulence and the seatbelt sign came on and the cabin crew had to stop serving breakfast to strap themselves in. Fortunately this only lasted about 10 mins and then the rest of the flight was smooth again. We had a female first officer who flew the plane for us. We landed early in Barcelona and there was not too much of a queue for passport control Our bags arrived quickly on ...
... they hadn't even made it to the first tapas place! So all panic was over, but I was drenched in sweat! The tapas tour itself was amazing. It was cheap, it was great fun to talk to all these other travellers, and the food was wonderful. At the first tapas place we had some chorizo tapas, some sausage shaped breadcrumbed tapas, some bread with a tomato topping tapas, and a drink (not tapas). At the second place we had tapas that is held together with a toothpick and drunk ...
With our feet well rested and some caffeine in our veins dealing with our slight hangovers, we set out for another day of sight seeing. First stop was the Picasso museum in the gothic district (just around the corner from our house). The museum itself is in five connected medieval mansions that are as beautiful as the art. Pictures were prohibited, but we managed to sneak a few shots. Not his most famous works (being experts ...
... by Gaudi. We walked around there, and made our way up to a lookout that we had seen through the trees, with a big cross at the top. We got there, and climbed up the lookout to where we had these absolutely amazing views over all of Barcelona. It was amazing! At the lookout, there were a few people selling things, and one of them was an artist, who had pictures and postcards that he'd made. They were of places around the park, but filled with symbols and hidden ...