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We have really enjoyed Barcelona. Everyone said we would love it here, and they were correct. We have visited the National Museum of Modern Art (amazing installation regarding technology), History Museum of Barcelona (perfect to help us understand the history of the area), Museum of Picasso (I have a new appreciation for him), went to the sea front and sat on the beach (OMG, we could have spent a week just ...
... taking as much as you can from breakfast to avoid buying food until tea time. Instead, I've (dangerously) grown accustomed to a more relaxed approach to travel. Our days are planned out as activity filled mornings and relaxing afternoons. The less acre-covering approach if you will. They've been known to insist on eating three square meals a day (not forgetting dad's desires to try every pastry and ordering a nightly gelato).
... half of the restaurant, and it was busy. In Spain, it is definitely quite different than we are used to in America.
American dining: expect to be addressed immediately when sitting down at a restaurant. Don't want there to ever be an empty glass. Eat big bites and big meals. Anything to get the food in the mouth, easier is a plus. Think Chicken wings. Think Ribs. Think fried chicken. Work off of tips so excellent service is expected. Want ...
... I didn't eat everything, there was enough for 2. Ayah! I tried my best. Dessert was definitely very good. So good, I had to make a FB status update...well, I did have wifi there. Back on foot, I walked around for a little bit, but no, still really tired. Just too much walking. What do I do? I start looking for a peluqueria. It's just not comfortable doing personal care in the hostel. So it's such a treat to get someone to wash and dry my hair. After ...
... up with costumes and body paint. We watched as they then posed themselves and stood
motionless until you put a coin in their bucket and then they spring to
life!! We met up at the bottom of Las Ramblas, just in time to catch a cab back to the ship.
Back on board, and we were faced with a dilemma -- at least I was! Jan was ambivalent, but my favorite food (lobster) was being served in the dining room that night. And ...