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... to Barcelona and got there within 2 hours which was awesome
compared to the 7 hour bus ride we had been considering. The high speed train
reminded me a lot of the trains that we went on in china, getting up to 300
km/h which was not only luxurious but awesome. We got to Barcelona around 11 am
and immediately noticed differences. The metro system was way harder to navigate
and our initial impression of the people and cleanliness was a lot different.
In Madrid, ...
... Sí. But this time she didn’t actually do anything. While Holly cracked up by the sales rack, I tried on the manly, too small shoes while Saleslady texted everyone in her address book about what a remarkably demanding American I was.
With no new shoes and no pedicure (but the new realization that Spain is not exactly a service oriented country), Holly and I resorted to purchasing a pumice stone and some peach polish. Oh, the tragedy.
We woke relatively early this morn. Had a quick breakfast in and then headed out to the bus stop. I make this sound relatively quick and efficient however it does take time to mobilize 5 in an unfamiliar setting. One washroom slows things down significantly as do packing light for the day to avoid the pick pockets that we keep hearing about, finding bus tickets at the right kiosk, finding a bank machine that will accept ...
... got back to Barcelona, it was nearing 4pm. So what to do during siesta time on a warm Spanish day? That's right, friends...kill a bottle of Barcelona cava (Spanish champagne) on the rooftop of your apartment building. Cava=good.
Tomorrow is our last day in Barcelona- we fly home in the morning on Saturday. I am fairly certain there are lots of tapas and cava in our immediate future. I'll let you know.
Adios y bye-bye...