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... years to build. We were then on our way again passing by parts of the old Barcelona wall that surrounded the city and visiting the placa del Rei (King's Square), the site that Columbus returned to show off his discoveries to the King after his first travels to the 'new world'. We then headed towards El Templo de Augusto, an interesting piece of architectural heritage that was built during the Imperial period of Barcelona as a place of worship for Emperor ...
... ending at the segrada familia. I am not sure how I feel about Gaudi's buildings, they're an eyeful! From there we walked around some of the tourist areas then found a bar to have dinner and watch the futball game. It was a great day in Barcelona! We are now on the plane heading to Leon to begin our walk. It's been an amazing three weeks leading up to walking, but I am finally feeling ready to begin the camino. Hope you are all doing well! <3 ...
... next door to the hotel. And tapas and potatoes bra as. Gotta stay fueled. For our nap. For dinner we head up to this shopping center that used to be a bullfighting ring. The top floor is all restaurants with a wrap around balcony and a view of these spectacular lighted fountains. Dinner was solid but not special, we are way more wowed by the view and the um, passionate couple seated near us. Norm has the better view, and keeps cracking up and giving the play by ...
... Tower. Just before the illness I had at least completed
my intention of clarity on where to go for my last month in the Schengen Zone. And
I got it immediately: Italy’s pull is irresistible.
I wasn’t able to do any planning, due to
the large recesses of snot and a blinding migraine clouding my left brain
function. But the one opportunity I discovered just before the illness has
panned out, and I am very excited about ...
Today started off a little later than usual because I really needed to catch up on some sleep. I checked out of my hostel at 11 this morning but thankfully I was able to leave my backpack there until 6 so I could still enjoy the day. I went to the Catalunya Plaza and bought a white shirt for San Fermin tomorrow! Nick invited me to go to Park Güell with them and on the way we stopped at a cute restaurant for lunch. Kiefer had been to Barcelona a year ago so he knew of a lot ...