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Okay so SPAIN take #2: Barcelona.
I think this is probably my least favorite port. That's not really saying anything because every port has been amazing but there were some meh shmee moments that were just not prime. First world problems, you know. We didn’t do a whole lot but it was still a good time. Anyway this is blog number two of three and I hope you are all enjoying bloggity blog Christmas time.
DAY #1: We got up for breakfast then went into town with ...
... need to phone at least each continent once a week, they already have the sim setup, the foxtel streaming on the iPad and enough international plugs you can have your hair dryer, camera, phone and portable charger going at once 4. Casual dining is like a private food safari. Squid ink paella, some buzzard pork meat, cockroaches on a stick or a undefinable fruit jelly dessert...they have probably tried it and best to let them order from the Thai menu ...
... it, danced in a circle around the fire. There was also a DJ playing tunes near one of the corner restaurants where we sat for a while as the fire burned down, enjoying some Cava and Cocas.
Oddly, there aren't enough coincidences in the world, so it's surprising that anyone is surprised by them but as we were on our second round of cakes and fizz Julie subtly gestured towards the next table where a figure we recognised was sitting. Jordi ...
We slept in a little today and then headed to the Executive Lounge for breakfast. They had eggs, bacon and fruits along with pastries and meats and cheeses. We sat on the balcony and looked at the sea.
Before we headed out to the ship, I need to run across the street to get some Euro from the ATM. After a having a few issues and having to call American Express, and make three trips to the ATM, I was able to get some cash.
I then went back to the hotel, we ...
Barcelona has many art galleries as well devoting entire buildings to such artists as Pablo Picasso and Salvadore Dali, both Spanish that studied in France perfecting their talent. You’d need several days in Barcelona to visit these museums and the culture housed here. Not to mention the famous architects such as Gaudi, that designed many beautifully ornamental buildings giving the city it’s character.