La Grande Maison
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... ready, as was the room that Charlotte and Anna would share. K was waiting in the lobby. I made the 15-minute walk back to the hotel, but it was immediately evident that we were near the water, as the humidity levels were near Washington, D.C. norms. Even walking in the shade the whole way back, I was coated in sweat when I hit the lobby to find K enjoying some complimentary champagne. We grabbed Anna and went across the street to grab some lunch at a ...
... To start off we learned that the coliseum is actually the area around the actual arena not the arena itself. Apparently Russel Crowe got that wrong in Gladiator. It took 8 years to build and it was build by 10,000 Jewish slaves. It was used for around 300 years as an arena where slaves, gladiators, and even animals fought to the death. The slaves would first fight eachother then whoever won would fight a Gladiator. The ladies were only allowed to sit right up the top. After the ...
... sangria. We also took advantage of the kitchen and made soup and salad as well as fajitas. But not to worry we also went out to eat at a wonderful restaurant, that even though we didn't make a reservation, they made room for us anyway. Another main part of the town was La Rambla which is a long street that runs from the Mediterranean Sea to the middle of town. It is lined with shops and souvenir stores galore, but ...
... I decide to start off with the walk through the Gothic Quarter, or Barri Gotic. Starting at the end of Passieg de Gracia at the Placa de Catalunya, this walk takes me throughout the entire Gothic Quarter, an older part of Barcelona that includes the Placa Nova with the Cathedral of Barcelona, Placa de San Jaume and Placa de San Juame.
The Barcelona Cathedral was a very impressive structure, with each of the different side ...
... free wifi, pulled away. So we wandered, looking for any pub that might have free wifi so we could find it on the map. For the first time ever, right when we really needed it, we couldn't find one! But we found a pub to sit and have a beer at, while squinting at the screen in search of the street on the maps. Unbelievably, Daniel, who has no sense of any direction whatsoever, found it on the screen, a fact he made sure to rub in. Ok Daniel, you got me. ...