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Today was a late start. Because we are coming back to Barcelona for 5 nights we didn't have any real plans for the day. We only planned to go up the Christopher Columbus monument, walk the streets and go looking for white pants. Going up the tiny elevator in the Christopher Columbus monument was pretty cool. This was the first ever elevator in Spain and it had great views of Barcelona. We Then started walking down la Rambla. ...
... told me that Barcelona is cool and I remember another saying "I love Barcelona", and how it is a relaxed place, but that is all I recall.
After refreshing myself, I took a few photos and then took a nap, woke at 10 and then walked about, found a supermarket below us, next door and then sat and watched the light show!
Just talked to wife in Amsterdam and she sounds excited! so I had better go collect her from the airport...
... but then began to worry. My human response is
to go with left brain planning within an inch of my life. But that didn’t feel
aligned with my broader intentions for the journey, and after a few
discouraging inquiries I made a bold decision. I am going to Barcelona without
known specifics. I need to leave room
for the Divine to help, via wonderful people, and to continue to clarify what I
want from this segment. My connections ...
Getting to Park Guell The best and easiest way to get to Park Guell is definitely by taxi although it is lasso the most expensive method. The distance between the metro station and entrance is about 15-20mins walk with slight elevation before reaching the escalators. We took the metro to Lesseps Station and walked to the escalators. The route is pretty straightforward with signs indicating the direction on the way. From the exit of the station facing the road, walk ...
... new friends with promises to get together in the fall and then heading back to the hotel. We'll be sorry to leave Barcelona, but I'm looking forward to Provence.
The embarrassing moment? While we were waiting for our tour to begin, we ordered sangrias in the bar on the square. John dropped his, and the glass broke into a million pieces. Can't take him anywhere! I'm just glad, though, that he's having a good time.