AinB Gothic-Jaume I
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Barcelona has a lot going for it. One thing that is immediately apparent is the great walkability of the city. The old Gothic section of town is infiltrated with narrow medieval lanes that, in addition to being very charming, are too narrow for autos. These are effectively pedestrian-only streets. It’s very easy to get lost amid these narrow passages, but before long one will stumble into a lovely ...
... we left him their knowing he will make it back when he is ready.The party was awesome and super crazy, just becomes too repetitive when it's house music. The best part of the place was the live saxophone player, playing along to the music with his LED Sax! He was so cool, and everyone went crazy for the guy!
Adam and I just chilled and stopped for a pizza on our way back to the hotel. We ended up having awesome deep meaningful ...
Today was a pretty testing day. It was by far our longest driving leg with over 8hrs in the coach, stopping at rest stops every 2.5hrs. Having been out partying the night before, I opted for a nap. Sleeping o. The coach is pretty hard, very similar to airplanes. There is not a lot of room for my legs so I ended up sleeping in weird positions. I had little naps until we hit Barcelona. We got there in the late evening and stayed at the Generator hostel which had ...
... that most would all have. I think our most likely was Juan. So now all Spanish blokes are Juan. The hound (hoond) phenomenon has also taken right off again, with dogs and their owners in the biggest concentration yet while we've been here in Europe. We were also surprised at how modern Barcelona was once on the streets. Coming in on the train yesterday, it looked the least developed and most ramshackle place we've been so far, but once we hit the streets it actually is the ...
The Born neighborhood looks quite interesting and when Linda Trahan arrives, I am sure we will explore it more thoroughly, especially since the Picasso Museum is here. They also have a number of other museums including a Chocolate Museum and a Museum of Natural History.
Here's the link to a Yelp review of the Born restaurant (there are another 3 in town): http://www.yelp.com/biz/la-paradeta-bor n-barcelona.
Next Stop: Yelmo ...