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20minutes later we arrive at the airport, walk straight up to the front of the baggage drop line. 2 minutes later we are done and ready to go through security. This barely ever happens to us, something usually always goes wrong for us and stresses us out. We get straight through security, no issues at all, and head straight to our gate and sit down. We wait about half an hour before we board. We get on our flight and make the 50minute trip to stop over ...
So today I left in the late afternoon for Barcelona. And from the get go problems started occurring. I booked the wrong train to gatwick so it took about 15-20 mins longer then the Gatwick Express, I then tried to clear customs in the wrong terminal...oops. So I had to take the I terminal train. After having a slightly delayed but comfortable flight I arrived in Barcelona at about 10:30. It hen took me 15 mins to find where to meet my airport ...
... Cathedral was, as expected, beautiful and massive. Like the Vatican, we had to dress appropriately. Some people were turned away if their knees and shoulders were not covered! The Cathedral was so large that there were TVs inside so that the entire congregation could see Mass! After the Cathedral, we went to La Sagrada Familia. It was another massively impressive building. Construction began back in ...
... wine was held on-site in their offices with a bit of explanation then we hit the street. Gillian guided us through the crowds, down La Rambla to the markets where a slow wander enabled her to explain a lot about what foods were on offer, their origins and how the locals eat them. We then proceeded through the Jewish quarter, retracing some of our steps from an earlier tour and then walked past the Catedral to a little restaurant opposite a more modern ...
Thankfully we woke up to sunshine and clear skies, though it was a little humid as we walked to Sagrada Familia. We arrived there just on 9:00 and joined the queue of those with tickets, and then once in, the queue for the audio guides. Queuing has been a feature (as expected) but I do admire the speed with which they move people through. They certainly have plenty of staff on hand to make things as smooth as possible.
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