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After a 12+ hr flight to London then a 2 hr noisy and bumpy flight into Barcelona we are in Spain waiting for the girls who are on a later flight. And so the next leg of our adventure begins with Gillian, Judith, Judy, Margaret, Marietta, Glenda and myself. Our pre-arranged transport picked us up at the airport and we headed off to the Hotel Andante. The driver was complaining how hot it was but it certainly wasn't the blast furnace of Hong Kong, it was even raining during the drive. ...
... 8 others that is like a cross between Pilates and Yoga. It was fairly challenging to me, since my middle is blocking my ability to touch my toes easily, etc. but I made it through doing most of the exercises through all repetitions.
Saturday Night: The "Magic Fountains"
The so-called Magic Fountains in Barcelona get a lot of press and are free, so I joined the crowds at dusk to watch the show. However, as magical as ...
... they were right.
The views from the hill out over Barcelona are lovely, and the area is greener and less busy than others parts.
I visited the Joan Miro foundation when I came to Barcelona a few years ago, but was very happy to revisit it. Miro seems a really gentle man and this comes across so strongly in his work. There is something very engaging about his paintings, despite not having a clue what they are about, really. The colours ...
... to a hotel that was right in the city center. Then we took the metro to La Sagrada Familia which was beautiful. We tried to look for more gaudi buildings but it was too dark to find them. We walked around the city for a bit and stopped for some churros and hot chocolate, a Spanish delicacy. Then we found out that the restaurant in our hotel got great reviews so we ate there for dinner. The next morning we had breakfast and headed to the train station. We are now on our way to ...
... is 0) was a challenge. John pulled up our suitcases and was out of breath by the time he carried the second one up the stairs. We were in desperate need of a washing machine. This apartment is in a fantastic location and a little more comfortable than the one in Rome but the washing machine annihilated my unmentionables and the inexpensive short sleeve shirt I bought on the cruise. I just threw it away. I can’t do the Bohemian look. ...