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Day Day 49 Barcelona This morning the ship docks in Barcelona and I am a happy camper to be able to put my feet on dry land again and say goodbye to the motion of the ship. The cruising life has been fun but I am looking forward to being able to determine where we go and when we get to go and do it. Not looking forward to having to deal with getting all our own meals again, although maybe we will both lose some weight! We have been given excellent directions to the ...
... was immediately followed by, "Almost as much as I love YOU!" (A fella has gotta know how to keep priorities straight, especially on his honeymoon! )
La Pedrera was an apartment building that Gaudi turned into an undulating piece of art. The center plaza was open and looks up some eight stories to the onfamous roof. We wandered around the courtyard a bit and then hopped the elevator to the roof. Once there, we were truly not prepared for what we saw.
...stays mostly in Barcelona when we're visiting. Hard to be upset though when Spain is desperately in need of rain after having gone without for months. Today was a full day of excursing, starting with a bus tour of Barcelona. Much like Valencia, there is way too much history, amazing architecture, and culture to be satisfied with one tour. Attempts to put the art in architecture were a constant theme throughout with Gaudi as a occurring theme. In fact when I return, I'd love to take ...
... and try to get the audience to guess which box the pea is under. Each guess costs 50 euros. As we were watching it Ben was explaining how the scam worked, pointing out those who were involved it. Once you knew what what happening it was pretty easy to work out who was in on the scam and who wasn't. We thought we'd picked out all the ones in on it. Then one guy turns to us and says, 'it's under that one' trying to get us in ...
... Along the road we stopped off to fill the car up with diesel, got coffee and devoured the croessies. If you do not return the car with a full tank, there is an extra charge of 88 euros. Arrived at the airport, after a couple of detours I might add, at 11:30, returned the car and started planning our two day trip in Barcelona. With a couple of cappuccinos in hand and a newly acquired map of Barcelona scrounged from information desk, we set out to plan the ...
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