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This morning we flew from Granada to Barcelona. A quick one hour flight, arriving in Barcelona by noon. Although our hotel is a little shabby, it is right in the center of the Barri Gotic (most interesting section of the old city). We walked all over the old city and down to the waterfront. During this walk we discovered the amazing La Boqueria Market. Josh referred to this market as "Pike Place Market on steroids". Tonight we wandered all over the ...
... like funny faces. Some looked like they were wearing hats. Then we went to the attic which used to be apartments but is now an exhibition about Gaudi. On the next floor down we saw an apartment like how it used to be 100 years ago. There were old fashioned clothes and toys. They were beautiful. The chandeliers were so fancy. Then we walked past another Gaudi building, the Casa Batilo, with balconies like skulls. We didn't go in because we were too ...
... Barcelona - stand alone houses - though they looked very upmarket. The bus went as far as it does and from there we had to catch a cable car to the top. But peeks of views on the way up so far suggested it should be worthwhile despute the cable car costing 15 euro return for the two of us. Also the last trip down would be 5.15pm giving us less than an hour up there. It was a long cable car trip through bush with some views. We knew that there is a large church at ...
... architectural design ever, turning him away. Resigned, he took his designs to Paris and thus was born the Eiffel Tower. we left a €5 tip and walked home really satisfied with what we had gained from the 3 and a half hour tour. Back at the hostel it was almost time for Paella and Sangria night which supposedly started at 7, so we joined the small collection of people waiting at the table. The meal wasn't actually served till after 9 which is ...
... shops. Unfortunately we came on a Sunday in the afternoon so the streets were quiet. We still found a beautiful little square with a cafe waiting for us though :) Missing our little El Born neighbourhood, and feeling sad that we'd be leaving it the next day, we went 'home' and spent our last evening wandering around, drinking cava and soaking in the atmosphere. Barcelona stole our ...