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... Canadians, a few Aussies and a few English folk. Of course, there were people from many nationalities but we seemed to click mostly with the Canadians.
Once off the ship around 9am, we caught a taxi to the apartment which will be our home for the next 4 nights. The apartment is great; very central, amazing views and comfortable. We decided to walk down to La Ramblas to visit the Mercat de la Boqueria for a spot of ...
... We had a cooking class scheduled for our group there later in the day.
We arrived at our cooking class at six p.m. and met our chef, Kindra. She was friendly and outgoing and guided our group expertly in the preparation of our meal. Tonight we would prepare Gazpacho, toast with tomato and garlic, paella, and Catalan cream for dessert. All of us ...
... fast train - Madrid to Valencia is about 300 kph whereas the Fast a Train such as the one we caught from Valencia to Barcelona is only 200 kph. Still fast. It was really comfortable and they serve coffee and snacks along he way, provided you pay of course. The trip took just short of 3.5 hours and was really interesting. When we arrived at Barcelona, we had a dream run because we caught a taxi almost ...
... s sculpture L'Estel Ferit (The Wounded Shooting Star), commissioned for the 1992 Olympics looked rather forlorn. The sculpture consists of four cubes or blocks with windows, perching precariously, twisted, on top of each other. Some say that the cubes immortalise the xiringuitos, the seafront bars and restaurant shacks, that had fallen into disrepair and were removed before the Olympics; others that they represent ...
Pictures won't do this one justice. It's amazing! What a vision Gaudi had!!!
Construction was first started in 1882, and I believe they are scheduled to be done sometime ~2030. Gaudi worked his entire life on the cathedral.
Please! Book on line for this one, otherwise, you'll be standing in a line wrapped half around the cathedral, moving very slowly for a very long time. It's ...