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... but very kindly, gave us a beautiful room for three nights. And thus began our Barcelona experience... Day one, we are off to the magnificent cathedral designed by the genius Gaudi, an architect who has graced Barcelona with many fabulous buildings including a mosaic park with weird and wonderful things, and private townhouses that you just have to see to believe. His cathedral is not due to be completed until 2026 and ...
Monday night was a late one so Tues was slow. I walked to
the Malehide Castle and spent the afternoon in the gardens by accident (as it
turns out I snuck in threw the maintenance fence . . . whoops). I sat there for
the afternoon in the gardens with the sun felt so nice! It was really pretty and
the gift shop was amazing! After I wander back into town and then came home for
supper which Jen made stuffed chicken!!! We watched the Emmys and then it was
... the beach. As we got to the corner of our street, there was a crowd at the restaurant at the foot of the street. Many people dressed in orange t-shirts and a few wearing orange wigs were watching the large tv screens intently - it was the Netherlands vs Argentina semi-final game of the World Cup. There was a lot of excitement in the air with clearly Dutch fans the only ones in sight. We thought it would be a noisy night, until Argentina won - then it got ...
... masculine shouting challenge etc. The clapping and foot stamping was complex and rapidly changing and the dancing was anything from tense and angst-ridden, seductive and sassy or just wildly frenetic! The male dancers were like bulls and stallions, prancing and strutting, answering the challenges of the singers and and out-doing each other. It was a great night. We were exhausted just watching! Wednesday 11 June: this morning we walked to Palau de la Musica ...
The bus transfer from the airport into Plaza de Catalunya, Barcelona was efficient and cheap. I managed to find my accomodation, Hostal Operaramblas, very easily. Literally a stones throw off Las Rambla.
The next urgent quest was to find a Vodafone outlet to get a Spanish Sim csrd for my phone. It would appear that there had been a run on Nano Sim cards for iPhones as 2 ...