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... slaves rowing their hearts out.
over the causeway to have our first Tapas including GF for Sue. Really great food everywhere including some excellent wine.
Caught the hoho bus back to Placa de Catalunya before showering and heading out for a couple of beers and a snack
Big day tomorrow boarding the ship and heading out into a big thunderstorm!!!
... peaceful and we enjoy a restful night’s sleep.
On Monday morning we make one last attempt to get gas; unfortunately unsuccessful. We try out a cunning plan for breakfast…placing our individually-wrapped mini croissants on the dash. This experiment is hugely successful and after just 10 minutes we enjoy warm, tasty croissants.The first leg of our journey today is reasonable – we have to avoid this section of the A2 as it’s toll, nut ...
... ride in, very crowded, I guess everyone had the same idea as me (and its cheap so thats a plus).
25 minutes later, arrive at the Passeig de Gracia train stop. Head out of the train station and walk up the high-end Passieg de Gracia (basically the Barcelona equivalent of 5th avenue or the Champs Elysees) and find my hotel, a modern looking building amidst the modernisme architecture of the area. Drop my stuff off, decent room with a ...
... amp; reduced entry into some things. We get on the blue bus loop of the tourist bus with commentary on the top deck. We soon pass some famous buildings by the legendary architect Gaudi. Look him uo if your not familiar. I'm not an architecture buff but his stuff is cool. He creates buildings that are mythological almost & uses the elements of nature for his designs. His most famous work Sagrada familia. A massive cathedral that is still being built & ...
... me that he had no desire to wait in the line. We took a few steps away and then spotted an entrance to the gift shop. We wandered in, partly because I thought seeing some prints would be better than not seeing anything at all and partly because we hoped that there might be a a little side entrance left unguarded that we might be able to slip into. We looked around trying to appear unsuspicious and at one point I thought we had gotten through but, unfortunately, it turned out to be a ...