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Travel Blogs from Barcelona
... sun. A viking exhibition, and a replica of a 16th century Spanish flagship were the highlights, along with an Armada replica in the harbour itself, giving us an opportunity to visit the old port. More to follow about the rest of the day, with pictures... Henry and Simon have just returned with a ham holder, cutting knife an a spanish guitar! Holiday time... And with a smile, she heads to leave this wonderful place, to return very ...
... like little ginger bread
houses… it was breathtaking. We took the metro back to our hostel and were
slightly disappointed to learn the kitchen had closed for a private event. We
got ready for a night out and finally ‘met’ our room mates who were slightly
embarrassed of the notes they had been leaving us and spoke no English or Spanish.
I wore hot pink pants and decided to take some fashion risk in barca. We found
a small restaurant at the metro stop ...
... alcohol or a seat to their restaurant you were constantly avoiding people, more so here than anywhere else we have been. At night it was even worse, more that I thought it could be!
Once we were back into our 12 person room we spent a bit of time relaxing, showering before walking back into the city to met up for our Tapas tour. This tour was excellent! We met a lot of great people form it including 3 girls from Sydney. Hale boy was also on the tour and a great guy ...
... in our stateroom. Deck 11, midships. Iced bottle of wine waiting for us. Sailed out into the Med at 5.00pm. Our deck is linked by a private stairway to deck 12, The Spa. Free use of the Persian Room - heated ergonomic therapy tables. Amazing. Mary Ann said that I was snoring!! The Solarium is a glass enclosed pool, spa and dining area in the stern which serves nutritious, light healthy meals for breakfast and lunch. Amazing salads. Lots of padded loungers and ...
... unless it is to go. We had to fetch our check at lunch, the pastry break, and dinner. They expect you to stay, and we could have chatted all afternoon, but our time is limited in Barcelona, so we kept moving. It kept us awake because every time we sat down, we slowed down.
Tomorrow it's the Sardana at noon at the Barcelona Cathedral, La Rambla, and we board our ship.
I've attached some random photos. Too many to go through and ...