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Today we do the Blue and Green loops!
highs: 27 degrees, friendly people and cold beer
less highs: steps!
On and off the bus today with our first major stop being Parc Guell. This was designed by Gaudi and built over many years - 1900 to 1914. The most famous and highly recognised features are the large mosaic salamander at the entrance and the wavy walls and mosaic seating areas at the ...
... were on, we hopped off the bus. We had to go back to the car first as Kyria’had left her bathers there. We all ended up grabbing more clothes for the next day as we were going to stay the night and head off in the morning.
We went back to the hotel to get changed and once in our bathers headed in the direction of the beach. It was quite a walk and it was quite hot! There were lots of ice cream stalls and drinks along the way. At the end of La Rambla we also ...
... people, however when we got back upstairs their were two suitcases sitting right by the door. Claire and I assumed because that the room was so small they would put two girls in the room with us… wrong again! While I was packing up things, and Claire was skyping with Nathan our roommates showed up.
Two very jock Toronto boys… One was very chatty, and told us how much of a partier he was… ...
... popular giants and beasts of Barcelona were present but we quickly noticed a few that we didn't recognise so went over to say hello. The town of Cardona was featuring heavily in the festival because they had inaugurated a brand new Aliga (eagle) in 2013 and this was the auspicious occasion of her first foray outside her home town, but the giants that caught our eyes the most were the rather splendid ones from Granada del Penedes and Molins de Rei, a ...
... in October. Today is Wednesday!! I knew this, why didn’t the tourist information?? As it turns out, we managed to catch a number 169 bus that took us to exactly where we wanted to be.
The funicular at the base of Tibidabo is one that is NOT covered by the T-dia!! A return costs €9. However, the view from the top was spectacular. I noticed that some people had taken Norman Foster’s Torre de Collserola and were suspended in a cradle an extra 50 metres ...