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... you could ever want. We wandered down towards the Port Olimpíc area to see where the beach was. By about 5:00 pm we had done all we could managed and crashed at our hotel. We slept from 5:00pm until about 8:00am the next day and officially beat jet lag.
On Friday we did a "hop-on hop-off" bus tour of the city. It takes you to all the must see places throughout the area and drops you off so you can explore each. Once you're done you get back on the next bus that ...
... held. It wasn’t as big as I thought it might be. I guess as the years have gone on countries have tried to do bigger and better than the last. We had to stop off at Camp Nou for the boys, which is the soccer stadium in Barcelona. It’s used for a lot of different sports. Unfortunately you had to pay to get a tour so we didn’t bother with that. We had a look inside their shop where you can buy the soccer shirts of your favourite player in the Barcelona team, ...
... 1077;том, прошл 72;сь по магаз 80;нам (этот город - мекка шопог 86;ликов) и попро 73;овала ...
... be tourists and of course late afternoon to late evenings I will work and Linda--well you will have to ask her what she will be doing! :-) Weekend 1, we will journey to Madrid, weekend 2 to Toledo and weekend 3 to the coast--Cadeques, etc. We are renting a car and I am driving; she navigating--that will be one of the next big challenges to overcome soon.
What I like about the Ole Language school is that it was easy to sign up for at ...
... of their city! Our first drive by was past 2 houses that Gaudi was commissioned to do by wealthy inhabitants of the city in the late 1800/early 1900's - Casa Batllo and Casa Mila. Casa Batllo has sinuous and sensual lines and both buildings have intricate and whimsical carvings and curves in both concrete, sandstone and wrought iron. There are flowers and magical trees, dragons and other mythical creatures entwined around pillars and in places decorated with mosaics, ...