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We’re in the 14 day crossing now and we have 6 days left but but’s actually really nice to be in a set schedule and not have like 4 days of port then two crazy days of class and homework from hell. They also organize a lot of stuff for long ship crossings; tomorrow is Neptune day and a bunch of kids are shaving their heads. From Brazil to Barbados we also have ship Olympics which is just a bunch of really silly but ...
... before heading off to the world famous L'Aquarium which is one of the biggest aquariums in the world! This is the attraction I was most eager to see the aquarium is amazing and features over 450 species, which is home to over 11000 animals and an 80m underwater tunnel.
I found the aquarium informative and interactive with areas where you can learn about ...
... one 30 meter pool(used for water polo and synchronized swimming training) and one 30m diving well(used for diving training of course). all indoors with a weight room, training room and locker room facilities included. Such an amazing pool facility.
While there we once again scrimmage some of the local Spanish players and even split the girls up for a while mixing them with the Spanish girls to play a we rounds together, This was a lot of fun and the ...
... and romantic place and in the end it was all worth the effort.
Back in Barcelona, we took the train to the walled city of Gerona and spent the final two days of our vacation there. My husband is a cycling enthusiast and had heard that his fave cyclists train there before Tour 'd France. It is a charming little town and a nice ending to our trip as we had the chance to relax and unwind before heading back home to Los ...
... mates Greg and John from Canberra at registration on Saturday, and then it was a short drive to Solsona where the Pyrenees race starts on Sunday morning. The landscape on the way to Solsona was stunning, and we drove through Spain's first national park at Montserrat (not to be confused with the Caribbean island of the same name). "Montserrat" means "saw (serrated, like the common handsaw) mountain" in Catalan. ...