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... 75,000 people there which is by far the biggest crowd I've been in! The atmosphere was amazing - not the typically hooliganism of England or general craziness of South America but still lots of noise and chanting and singing. Barcelona won the match 5-2 with Neymar scoring 4 goals and Suarez scoring 1 (Messi was out injured for 8 weeks unfortunately). It was very impressive to see their skill level from a first hand perspective. Their vision and control is incredible. Just ...
... a car and drive from Barcelona to Geneva via the Mediterranean coast over a number of days. Looking into it this looked ideal, with car hire costs dramatically lower than at home. Indeed we could get a middle of the range convertible for only around 60 Euro a day - BUT the international one way fee of 1200 Euro pretty quickly put a stop to that plan! So we re-worked the program a little bit based on what we'd already booked and ended up planing to catch a train ...
... crazy. The detail is amazing and whilst I am a big fat atheist ('No, surely not!' I hear you cry, no I am its true) - I can appreciate a church or other place of worship for the peace etc. Anyway back to me being blown away. Outside there are 3 cranes, scaffolding and tarps adorning much of the outside of the church. There's a big construction zone to one side and it is obviously very much incomplete. Ground was broken 133 years ago, it has been predicted to be complete by ...
... in the Ramblas district and found nothing on the lighter side. Ultimately opted for Pan's, a local version of a sub shop. Tried a Napoli baguette with Nestle iced tea [7.25E]. The Swiss tax system was a subject of interest [at least to me].
A double ice cream cone--Bailey's and creme de Catalan--was done before we hit Gran Via
[3.5E]. We absent-mindedly walked an extra block. Downloading pix, emails and blog time consumed things until 2230 and bed.
... desire to be first is innate and stems from each of us being from the sperm that won the race from the tens of millions of entrants. However, being about last on the train, while being able to store our bags in a luggage compartment, left us without a seat, though the very obliging on board staff later found seats in another carriage - we had 1st class tickets. The train was modern, clean, spacious, well appointed and the seats looked comfortable. The trip was only ...