Las Ramblas Bacardi Apartments
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... a traditional Australian breakfast of fried eggs on toast followed by a tour of Barcelona's beach aboard some electronic scooters. This was a very cool experience and allowed us to see the whole stretch of beach in just over an hour including a coffee stop. We were then off to visit some of the Gaudi buildings: Casa Batllo, Casa Mila and Segrada familia, they were all brilliant examples of his distinctive architectural design style and we could have spent ...
... and the street cleaners. A little later the shops open up and put out the displays ready to catch the passing trade.
I decide to walk to the metro that connects to the airport rather than connecting trains and it takes about a half hour to get to the stop. along the way I pass the Barcelona cathedral, the first church of Barcelona, Placa Catalunya and the strip of high end fashion stores. I'll bring Anne here ...
... conversation and for
joining me at an American-style Diner for old-fashioned burgers. I love the
feeling of having made genuine connections during my time in Spain.
Thankful too for the 2nd hand English Bookstore I
accidentally encountered in my favorite neighborhood, Gracia. I felt like so
parched until I was able to gulp down the memoirs and humorous books that my
brain thrives on. And I had the best pizza of ...
... all day and write. When we left we stopped and bought some 100% natural fruit ice creams and it was literally god sent. For the remainder of my trip I will be looking for these. I'm not sure how long we were there but afterwards I decided to stay at my hostel another night so I had to check back in. Once I checked back in I got ready to go back to the beach! The three of us fell asleep at the beach for a good hour and a half. I probably wouldn't even have woken up if some guy ...
... than us and probably understood Spanish as well. We walked from there back to Placa de Catalunya. Enjoyed my first Sangria along the way and jumped back on the bus to continue the city tour (Red Line) which takes in the South side and the port area before completing the circuit. I love Barcelona. Sangria again at the beach. We head back through the Borne maze to our room (via different lane ways each time) and have a snack of fresh panini from a nearby ...