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... and if everyone had
the attitude that reviewer did, you wouldn’t be able to watch Ballet anywhere
The next day we discovered free walking tours. After deciding it was safer to
avoid a bike tour we found a free walking tour. The idea is you don’t have to
pay, only tip if you feel like it/can afford to. This is a great system,
especially as it makes the guides work that little bit harder. Our tour met ...
... to negotiate our way into the city and more critically return the car from the hotel to the car hire depot. The streets are chaotic and the journey stops here and there at the many traffic lights (gotta say it seems pedestrians are given a real good go in Barcelona as they get plenty of green light time to pass cross roads which is greatly appreciated when travelling on foot, although when one travelling on wheels, it seems much less fair).
But there's so much to ...
... first thing we both said to each other was about how we'd spent some time before going to sleep thinking about going back to Budapest instead of heading across to Portugal with our friends. This really excited us both so we decided to jump straight onto the computers to look up flights back to Hungary. We were getting very overwhelmed with excitement when our friend Christina at Grandio said that there was space for us to stay during the times we were after. Luckily, we were ...
... hinge mechanism would remove the cork for you. Meh... pass.
So right next to the flea market we saw a commotion. we walked over there and we saw these street performers dancing, break dancing, and doing acrobatic stunts. They were jumping and spinning on the ground and through the air. They were contorting themselves and holding their entire bodies off the ground with just one hand. they were walking around the ground on their hands and ...
... Familia a brand new church designed by Gaudi. It was started in 1896 and is due for completion in 2026. The building is amazing so many features. It will be the largest church in the world !! I would love to come back when it is completed. Afterwards back in the minibus we left Barcelona and went up into the mountains to visit Monseratte monastery. With amazing vertical views and in the Basilica a choir was singing. Afterwards after a quick look around the monastery we walked up ...