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... plans. This was a cool port because we were docked less than a half mile from La Rambla for those who haven’t been is the central street in Barcelona with crazy shopping and all the tourist shops and booths and gelato and stuffs. The streets had flies like ALL over them. There were so many flies everywhere buzzing around and biting all the time that I almost lost my **** a few times. We walked up the street past one of the Gaudi houses, then hung a Ralph and walked ...
... an inch away from taking the intestines at local chilli level 5. They dress like a local. You know how on holiday everything is beautifully coordinated? Not an expat they know that locals probably wake up going damn it's laundry day, don't give a $&@! I can pull off the yellow shorts and the football shirt with thongs, it's 49 degrees it's fine....result they don't get mugged, u might as well be waving your purse at a traffic light 6. ...
... a Catalunya based photographer whose work came to my attention when I found some pictures of the Salt d'Aliga by him. He seems to be given special access to the dance of the Eagle during La Patum and the results are images that show the intensity, passion emotion and joy of the event. Hopefully you can find some here ... http://www.jordicohen.com/portfolio/sal t-de-laliga/#.VL7f_I1ybIU
We said 'hello' to him and then headed off to bed.
... luggage and then headed to the Executive Lounge to check out. There was some sort of issue and it took the host in the lounge almost 30 minutes to check us out of the hotel.
We grabbed a cab and after about a 10 minute ride, we arrived at the port, our passports were checked, we went through security and got in line to check in. While we were waiting, they paged that zone 1 was boarding so, as soon as we got our Key to the World Cards, we went onto the ship.
... over 2 hours explaining the history of buildings and neighborhoods and ended past the Barcelona Futbol Club and stadium that holds over 100,000 people celebrating the local soccer team. Unfortunately, my lack of Spanish translation has made it difficult for me to summarize and share the many interesting items noted on the map. Note to self, once again, why do you not learn Spanish?
Barcelona could be a destination in itself. But ...