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That means Hello in Spanish. Today we awoke to brilliant sunshine in Andorra , after breakfast it was on the road again heading to Spain. Border crossing was trouble free, we stopped at the first booth and the man waved us thru, so we thought that was it, then they waved us over for a vehicle check and we popped the boot, he saw the suitcases, asked if we had alcohol and we said only 2 bottles (which was the truth) he said anything else ...
... and said that the whole of Spain had to vote in favour of a split and not just the Barcelonans’. He thought it was very unlikely the split would occur and finished by saying the vote was not going to be binding anyway.
We then had to leave as we had arrived at the fountain, but it was interesting to get the drivers views. He ended with a tip also.
The magic fountains are easily found and while the show does not have the technical beauty ...
... and jumping, piling into a subway station and chanting. There were massive crowds of people, just this giant mess of alcohol and singing. We hadn't even gotten to the beach yet.
On the train I noticed a girl hitting on all of the guys in my group, relentlessly throwing herself at all of them and looking like a fool. She kept going and grabbing onto their arms, whispering into their ears, and getting too close for comfort. Thinking this was the greatest ...
... the Casa Battlo, Sagrada Familiar and La Pedrera. Unfortunately La Pedrera was getting restored and the building was completely covered in scaffolding and the inside only had limited hours. Leon also pointed out other Modernist buildings and told us some random little stories on the way as well as some great restaurants, one of which we went to tonight. Overall we had a lovely day with fantastic tapas for ...
... five days in Barcelona before heading back home. For those five days, we stayed in an apartment in the non-touristy, residential barrí of Poble Sec. Across the street was a preschool; on the first morning, we woke up to Lady Gaga blasting from speakers in front of the school. No mamby-pamby Mary had a Little Lamb music for these kids! Turns out they were celebrating Carnaval (Fat Tuesday), which was a pretty big deal in Barcelona. There were eight parades ...