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... the ship, making some dinner reservations for the week and (for me at least) watching live coverage of Man Utd playing Southampton (a 3 - 2 win) and the all blacks v Argentina World Cup opener (also a win for the ABs) followed by dinner in the main dining room. We have an aft facing balcony and I'm typing this looking at the sunrise over the Spanish mainland with the wake of the ship drifting off into the distance behind - a tough old ...
... for the Barcelona Olympics. We also cycled by the Sacrada Familia. This is the large cathedral designed by Gaudi. It is still under construction after nearly one hundred years. Later in the day, after our bike tour was completed, we returned to tour the cathedral. It is unique and one cannot help but be impressed upon entering. Later in the evening we had dinner at a ...
... Segimon i Artells, as a family home, with apartments for rent.
There are two apartment blocks with independent entrances linked by two large inner courtyards and a common façade.
A short metro ride and walk brought us to the line outside Casa Milà which was slightly shorter than the one at the Sagrada Família and only took 20 minutes to reach the ticket counter. Of course when we did get in there was a queue ...
... 2? How do we get there? We don't know how- where are the buses? We run out and board a bus. We go over to terminal 2. Run inside start reading monitors. Can’t find our Vueling flight. (BTW its pronounced "Welling") Go figure. We ask a man who looks like he is official- Oh that’s in Terminal 1! WHAT?!??!? I try not to panic- then I realize we have a little time on our side- and we head back over to ...
... the greatest tourist attractions in Spain along with Gaudi's,s cathedral which we will visit Friday. 2 million people visit annually and pay €15,40 for the privilege but it is worth it and so important to this city where unemployment tops 23%. Tonight we were entertained by a gipsy dance troupe after negotiating the lanes and alleys of the old quarter in Granada. This trip was an experience in itself in a minibus up and down winding lanes, past little squares and ...