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We got away again a little after 8:00 am, but decided to stop for breakfast this morning instead of just having snack bars. We stopped at a pastry shop in Sitges and had a sandwich and fresh-squeezed orange juice. It is interesting here that a vegetable sandwich means a sandwich with vegetables and tuna! As we arrived at the train station the train had just pulled in, so we ran and jumped on. We were on our way at 8:50 and arrived in Barcelona at about ...
... B&B in Ronda de Sant Pere (Ronda means it was originally part of the old town wall, on top of which the sentries did their rounds - walls were torn down in 1860). It is one of those press-the-buzzer and hope someone answers affairs, step inside to find an amazing foyer with Modernist stained glass and frescoed ceiling, etched glass entry, etc of a once-grand mansion. Our hotel is really just a large apartment in this building which has been renovated and ...
... stuff of his I like; a phase. Fabulous views of Barcelona from Montjuic. It's a treed neighbourhood, with private schools around, the old Olympic area with the whiff of prestige and money.
I woke up today when I realised that the people attacked the Sagrada Familia and destroyed the workshop during the civil war: all that money being spent on a church while people are sick and starving, and have no access to ...
... combined with the fact that in our room, none of the four walls quite reach the ceiling (must have to pay extra for that) resulted in a much disturbed sleep.
This morning we have seen most of the main attractions, including the Sagrada Familia, Las Ramblas and the World Swimming Championships.
Looking forward to experiencing some of Barcelonas' nightlife this evening, even though we have a 9 o'clock train tomorrow morning.
... we had tickets to see the Cirque du Soleil dinner show. For me it would be a tragedy to miss out on my beloved lobster. So I convinced Jan that we'd go to dinner first and have the lobster as our "appetizer." Yum!!
It was the first time I've paid for entertainment on board ship and there were two ticket prices -- $30 and $40. I had bought the $30 tickets, having heard from a previous passenger that they'd regretting spending ...
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