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... saints. It is a unique ritual. It is fascinating for me to think that this is one way that humans reach for God. It is also comforting for me to think of all the other ways God is reaching for man.
We head off to 4 Gatz- a historic restaurant suggested by a friend. Picasso is famous for painting their menu back in the early 20's I believe. The food was delicious but beware of all the extra costs- unlike the complimentary ...
... a fair, and then went to Eclipse a club at the W. After we went to a huge concert with hundreds of locals!
Sunday: I did homework for most of the day, but that night we all met up and watched the firework parade in town! there are crazy drums floats and the craziest part is the fireworks people light on their heads or on poles they hold over the crowd! there were soooo many people, but it was such a cool experience!
5.00am check out, on route to the airport. The day has come…Barcelona!!!
Sitting at the airport, the 2 girls next to us are getting an early start…Smirnoff vodka for brekky. Or perhaps they haven't stopped from the night before??
On the flight it felt like we were going on a school trip…the plane is full of 18 year olds…all looking like they are there to do the same thing as us….party in the sun!
Landing, we found the bus into ...
... the perimeter. Reluctantly we agree to spend time roaming and occasionally manage to see inside to some of the Guadi buildings from afar. Must say they are very distinctive.
After an hour or two of wandering the park we rejoin the HOHO tour arriving back in Central Barcelona and return to our hotel.
A quick freshen up and we head back out on foot to La Sagrada Familia with the hope that the majority of visitors have all gone home for ...
... just delightful!
Next Stop: The French Riviera!
When in Barcelona
Things to eat: sangria, paella, churros
Things to see: Gaudi works (apartments, park, office, church), Olympic Museum, Port, take a cable cart ride from the city centre to Montjuic, the Gothic Quarter, (includes a church, royal balcony), parliament, old Venice, La Rambla (a main street with street performers and artists) and Plaša de Catalunya (a main square and shopping district) ...