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... kindly met us at 8:00 pm for a very early (by Spanish standards) dinner at the W hotel restaurant, which was spectacularly located on the beach. The evening's weather was unusual, with high winds and choppy waves. We arrived a little early to take photos and explore the hotel. Sam Jackson and Johnny started talking right away and Johnny's English is amazing - he sounds like a regular American kid. He's going to American school next year in Barcelona, and will fit ...
... the hill on the funicular (our third ride on one) to Tibidado. We got there late and only had 20 minutes. We went into the church. Not much else to see because it was raining and the clouds blocked the city view.
In the evening we went to a theater for a flamenco spectacular.
Apparently I'm in need of a blog. I've never been much of a writer, I guess you could say. I've never kept a diary or anything of that nature, but a blog sounds like a good idea considering I enjoy typing much more than I enjoy writing. I guess this is where I write my stories, include food and recipes that I don't want to forget, blah blah blah. So I guess I'll jump right in.
First off, I am staying in Barcelona for three months as an Au Pair with ...
... we were freezing, so we stepped off the bus in the Placa referred to earlier and walked briskly and in unison, arm in arm, by faultless navigation two to three kilometres back to Sagrada Familia in a darkening and busy city.
We hunted up soup stuff and wine when we got back to the neighbourhood and got to the flat to warm up. The cathedral, as we past, showed another character, moody and back lit. We planned tomorrow and cosied into the ...
... headed to La Rambla, the famous tourist street lined with market stalls street performers and restaurants. Bridget had already visited the street and noticed the restaurants offering lots of meal deals including tapas and paella for under 10 euros. We looked for the best deal and a restaurant that would serve chicken paella because Bridget is allergic to seafood. The tapas was not very good but the paella was nice.
We then caught the metro to one of the beaches and sun baked ...