Amister Art Hotel
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... around the new city. It was incredibly terrifying, not the city, but her driving. It was absolutely death defying. I was almost sure I was going to die, and if I didn't, I'm sure that she was going to kill somebody. One of the things that has taken some time getting used to is the whole idea that people don't stop for cars, they walk out in front of them. Cars drive on sidewalks, and drive in the middle of the lanes, like straddling the lanes. It's ...
... A riot of food, color and people. And - a fine tapas bar for lunch with Cava and beer - not a bad introduction to the city. We walked back to the apartment, which turned out to be lovely. A few tweaks here and there and we settled in. Found a small local market, made a few purchases, prepared a hot meal, drank some local wine and then to bed. Friday we started exploring. ...
... of calling his grandaughter to get her to try translate for us!!
So we finally had half a day free in Barcelona so bought an open air bus tour that we could spread over two days and used that to see a bit of Barcelona before hitting up the beach near Alex's hotel! The weather was stunning once again so we sunbathed and swam the rest of the afternoon away! We went out for some food that night, and managed to catch the NZ mens waterpolo team playing against the home ...
After a lot of walking and enjoying the sights of Barcelona we enter our final day with tired legs and feet. But we soldier on.
We headed down to the Port area, this time to take the Cable car across the harbour. This gave us some great views of Barcelona. At our destination we enjoyed a Pasta lunch. While there were more things to see, our legs advised us otherwise, so we ...
... building sitting on top of a hill, overlooking the city. We didn't want to spend all the sunshine inside, so we looked at the main collection only.
We got back on the bus, which took us down by the port and the sea front. I thought about stopping at the beach, but Zeus pointed out that as windy as it was on the bus, it would probably be all the more windy and chilly by the water. We got out near some restaurants and had some lunch. I had some prawns and Zeus had some goat ...