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... br> Time got the better of us - taking more time in both of the Gaudi buildings and queuing which meant that we walked briskly along Las Ramblas and down towards the Columbus Monument. With an estimated 45 minute wait to take the lift to the top of the monument we decided to press on towards the port - Port Vell which was literally just across the road.
Sunset cruise without cocktails
... street and having a gorgeous time.
The first of the two tours was the free walking tour of Barcelona with Sandemans New Europe Tour Company. The tour consisted of four hours of solid walking around Barcelona. We went through the Jewish quarter, the Gothic quarter, sat on the steps where Christopher Columbus walked up to see the Spanish council of the time and were advised where to go to get cheap 1 euro tapas and so much more.
... The hay has been cut and sits in round bales, strewn across the paddocks and many centuries old farm houses crumbling with mature trees growing through them. Italy stirs something deep within us, we find it hard to leave. Perhaps we were Florentines in a previous life. We've arrived in to Barcelona and found the hostel easily. We have a minute balcony, bathroom, aircon, wardrobe but no TV. Jus is going to have to talk to me now... ha ha ha. Xoxo A & ...
... the air before. It looks like someone smoothed out a huge layer of housing material about five stories high, and then cut deep grooves through at regular intervals for streets. (We learned later that this is in fact pretty close to the mark.)
The first surprise is immigration – there isn’t any. Apparently, the stamp in the passport back in Zurich admitted us to the EU and we’re more ...
... there. Most of the shops were closed and the streets were quieter. We found people doing the traditional Catalan 'Sardana' dance to music played by a live chamber orchestra in the square outside the cathedral of Barcelona. Aside from the orchestra, we saw two other live music acts. A trio consisting of a trumpet, a banjo and a ...