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L'architecture a son meilleur.
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... the huge room (series of rooms, really), I cranked the A/C as high as it would go and melted into the couch.
Seeing what a mess I was, K had suggested we stay in and cool off, rather than head out. No doing. She'd waiting almost 30 years to get to Barcelona and we had such limited time; we WERE going to go out and do something. While Anna elected to wait behind -- Charlotte had gone exploring with her father, so Anna had the room to herself. ...
... it became pretty chilly. I slept for a bit just to get out of the wind. In the Arvo we docked at an island called Paxos. It turned out to be a beautiful afternoon. We all just chilled out drinking and playing cards in the Sun. Day 16 - sailing islands of Greece: next day was a full day of sailing to Corfu. It was perfect weather for a sail today and we put the anchor in the middle to jump off for a swim. The water was bloody freezing but we still jumped off to freshen up. The water ...
Barcelona was the city Eric wanted to spend the most amount
of time in and I can see why. After arriving at Barcelona Sants (after
travelling on the Renfe ‘brand’ train, the best train we have been on so far, as they showed a movie, had radio stations you could listen to and gave out lollied)
we caught the metro to our hotel (SoHo Hotel- a very nice and modern hotel). The Barcelona metro system has been the
easiest and cheapest to use so far ...
... a huge Picasso fan, I should check it out.
The museum itself is a bit hard to navigate, or at least to figure out how to actually enter the permanent exhibition. Took me 10 minutes wandering around the ground floor to figure out I had to go up the stairs in the courtyard, part indoors part outdoors. The museum is unique in that it focuses on the early years and the later year of Picasso's life, pretty much neglecting ...
... I tried a Spanish Big Mac. Exactly the same as home, but for the bun being a little warmer! We're so classy! Dad had started to feel better, so we headed up to the roof for a bit as it got later in the arvo. I went right up top to do my relaxing music listening blog thing, while Dad sat down with a couple of friendly Poms and got talking. By the time I got back to them, Daniel was also there, and Dad had already got this bloke, Peter's, number. It ...