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... came upon this beautiful Cathedral of Barcelona, yes I know, not another cathedral but they are everywhere here in Spain, anyway, of course we had to stop and have a squizz and it was pretty awesome. They don't build them small over here. It was jammed packed with touro's and worshippers.
We continued on our journey through those gorgeous little lanes and ended up back at La Rambla and headed for the Flamenco show.
It was ...
... 10-20 kms from our waterfront hotel. By the grace of some nifty map reading from J and a number of minor traffic indiscretions, we made our way closer to our destination and eventually succeeded in negotiating the narrow ramp to the underground parking before checking in. The Hotel is on a busy road close to the Mediterranean Sea and although we didn't snag the prime seafront views, the room has a view to the north catching a glimpse of the iconic Sea (we noted we can seek ...
We thought Barcelona deserved its own blog as it was just so fricking cool. It is the first place in Europe that we've been and thought ...Yeah, I could live here!
I actually need to google where it is in the "Liveable city" list which Melbourne has won a couple of times.
We arrived in Barca early in the morning after another overnight train and dumped our bags with Nat and Brett, our airbnb hosts. The train was so much better, we sat in our ...
... cover my whole body in sun lotion then cover it up with the tan accelerator. Wow I must say that really worked. Rudi also did the same but he only put it on his arms as his skin is very pale and he tends to burn easily.
After 4/5 hours of catching some sun, we was ready to grab some lunch/dinner at Port Vell restaurant where we had a 3 course meal plus wine or water for €18.
In the evening we decided to go to do ...
... 225;n. I had a very quiet morning the next day and at midday jumped on a bus (well two) to Barcelona. The bus trips ended up being a hell of a lot more entertaining than I imagined as before the bus set off an Aussie girl sat down next to me and conversation was struck up with her and her 3 friends on the bus. They were just coming from the San Fermines festival in Pamplona - more commonly known as the Running of the Bulls. A festival that as I'd only known as and for the running of ...