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... pace was killing me! Then Toby needed his coffee fix and wanted waffles for breakfast...I watched with envy as others disembarked. I am sure Toby's slow pace was a ploy to save money. Finally we disembarked! !
We caught the MSC shuttle bus to town. We chatted with a staff member who explained the best shopping area and areas to eat. My plan was to shop hard for most the day and then finish in the eating area. I wanted a paella ...
... in and out of all of the souvenir shops, which most of you would avoid, but which are nectar for a 14 year old. In my days of managing our company merchandise department, I would have said that these shops are full of CSIs.. "cheap, **** items" , but walking in the sun, with no need to get anywhere fast, noone was complaining. Who would have known that I "needed" a bottle with a pump, to cool my face? We even found ...
... was a tour I was very much looking forward to. Unfortunately the external facade is covered at the moment, but it was ok as the beauty of the building is the interior and the roof. The tour begins at 9:15 pm and they only allow 30 people, so make sure to reserve in advance if you are going during the high season. We went through the tour and finished with a glass of Cava (Spanish sparkling wine).
The next morning we met our guide for a city tour. We ...
... was hands down the best night. We got in for free and got in to VIP for free and got free drinks. FREE FREE FREE. That night we probably got home around 7 and the sun was literally up as we were laying on the balcony taking in everything. It was seriously insane.
Day 5 we got up around 11ish and headed out towards Las Ramblas. On our way we stumbled upon this festival which we didn't know about but there was music and dancing so we stayed. All of a sudden we noticed ...
... ve been, Spain will most likely be the place I return to first. It was way too big to see in the little time we stayed there and had so much more to offer. I surprisingly understood the Español spoken and written in the country pretty well. It was a different dialect, Catalan, but still way more recognizable than any other language we've encountered. And luckily we understood the language a bit because our arrival was very strenuous and could have led to ...