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... is amazing and has tall columns in it designed to look like trees so it feels like your in a forest. The stain glass windows are all different colours. The photos dont do it justice. We also went up one of the towers to get a great view of Barcelona.
Then it was time to meet our friend Mel. She is from NZ but lives in Barcelona. We went out for drinks and tapas and had a great catch up. We drank sangria and Barcelona beer, and patatas bravas. Yum.
... We strolled back to the bottom of La Rambla and caught the metro to the top. We went to Hard Rock Cafe for lunch and souvenirs. Then it was out to the train station for our train to Carcassonne. Arrived in Carcassonne and there were no taxis at the train station. I asked the lady at the ticket counter where I could get a taxi, in broken French, and she very nicely said I could speak in English if I spoke slowly. We had to walk over an ...
... and everything! There was a small pizza place beside us so we popped in there for dinner the first night and then got to bed early.
Friday we woke up around 9 and had some cereal and these delicious, addicting, breakfast galletas (breakfast cookies) that we ate way to many of that whole weekend. We then headed out to Las Ramblas, the main street in downtown Barcelona. We spent the ...
... in, someone else was in my bed, so I went down stairs and ended up having a different room for the night. Then the following morning, I had to check out at 10 am and check back in at 2 pm. So that was how my travel experience from hell played out! But, it's over now.
Apart from the situation on the first night, I really enjoyed my stay in Barcelona!
The first day was spent doing a couple of tours, a little shopping, Spanish dancing ...
... look and feel due to the colour of the stonework. and the use of the different stones used in the construction all have a way of lightly reflecting or absorbing the light to make the church seem unworldly. Apparently at night the lighting is just as amazing. The central part of the church is similar to any other church, just new. And this one is also FULL of people.
Again, the pictures explain so much and I'll let them ...