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... on in the cruise and then went up to the sail away party. It was a beautiful, sunny day and the party was hopping.
After we sailed away it was time for dinner. Lumiere's was our restaurant for the night. It was the Welcome Aboard menu. We met our servers: Widi our Assistant Server and Mizar our Server. They are both great.
Dinner was good and afterward we went for our usual walk on Deck 4 to work off dinner.
Nikki decided she wanted to see the ...
... circles for about a half an hour. Finally, we just decided to take a taxi, who simply drove us around the corner. Needless to say, we felt very stupid.
The hotel is a super cute bed and breakfast with only 6 rooms. The staff are very friendly and speak very good english. I'm not sure why, but I am super nervous about speaking spanish here - partly because most people here speak Catalan and I don't want to look stupid.
After a quick hour to settle in, my ...
... rectangular. The crafted tiles are textural and bright. It place absorbed and excited us.
It wasn't the only thrill in store. We reached the roof by a lift that came out onto a perforated metal grill, five floors up. Jan looked briefly, I retreated. Overall, this is the best of his work. Brilliant.
We saw the other modernista buildings around there and walked on to tour the Casa Mila or La Pedrera, a large block of flats designed by Gaudi, with fluid ...
... Our first destination was Sagrada Familia. Gaudi's yet-to-be-finished masterpiece. I've been to Barcelona four times now and each trip reveals some progress. It is an amazing project. Projected to be completed sometime in "the first third of the 21st century", I hope I live long enough to see the finished cathedral!
Here's a link with a bit of information:http://www.sagradafamilia.c at/sf-eng/docs_serveis/informacio.php
... and some peas) they had no stuffing :( got a bottle of vino for 3.50 and norm got 6 bottles of lemon beer all for 1.50...bargain! Was nice to get the chance to cook in the kitchen and do us all a proper meal...I felt right at home! It was a chilled evening with lots of conversation with Joan getting his projector out and telling us all about the troubles between Spain and Catalonia - it was like bing back at school...very interesting....viva ...