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Just had a chill day today, it was the first sleep in I've gotten all tour. I had a shower, washed my clothes and went out for some maccas. The Big Macs are bigger in Spain... I was sooo full afterwards! We went shopping this afternoon (after a siesta of course! That's just the Spanish thing to do). I also ate so much tapas today! They were just so tasty! We had 2 dinners of tapas :) I had little chicken ...
Michaela Our time in Spain.... No tapas, no bull fighting, no Flamenco.... What DID we do?? Never fear! Although we didn't end up experiencing the typical 'Spain' experiences we managed to pack 2 weeks here full of some of the best times we have had this trip. Buckle in, this ones a biggy! Barcelona. After doing a hostel crawl for our first few days in Barcelona and managing to experience 3 hostels in 3 days ! We finally settled in to what we would call our home for ...
... br> We got off it a bit later and headed to the Costa Brava coast, the first of many Mediterranean resort areas that run all the way down to Gibraltar. We got on the coastal autopista and had views of the Med. every so often through the apartment blocks that cater for all the northern European tourists.
The best part of Spain was the 15 degrees and virtually no wind and a sunnier day. The winter jackets were discarded finally.
Train workers are on strike this week so we are not sure we will find a train back to Sitges tonight. We left for Barcelona mid day and when we arrived we took the metro to Camp Nou which is FC Barcelona football stadium . There we toured the entire football stadium including the press boxes, locker rooms, and stadium . The field size is standard FIFA regulation but it seemed so small in comparison to what's shown on TV. Barca was actually started by a Swiss ...
... was once a real bullring. Aptly named 'Arenas de Barcelona' there are great views from the top. The 'Arenas' is situated right beside the Placa Espanya which is a huge round about. The magnificent buildings lead to a major avenue going to the 'Magic fountains' and some other amazing buildings in Montjuic Park. Luckily for some, Naomi didn't have to climb all the stairs as there were escalators. Hiding between the shrubbery!!! At the top there are fabulous views stretching to ...
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