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... squeeze on the calamari YUM! We wandered out of the food markets and continued walking down the street. We turned down a smaller street and wanted to stop somewhere for a drink or two. We walked past a tattoo shop and I was like hmmmmmm I really think Barcelona is the place that I want to get a tattoo. We stopped for a drink and I rang Chiara at the pub we were in. I told her I want to get a tattoo and not surprisingly she was like oh ...
... the main
architect in 1884 that incorporated ideas of religion. His ideas are relevant
to this day and it is still a work in progress. I love the city of Barcelona
because the people here are very cordial, relaxed, and nice. In the future,
100% I will return to Barcelona because the atmosphere is very cool with people
that are extremely nice.
... because the dinning room was almost empty. Our cabin steward had 14 out of 19 cabins getting new people today. Great! We still haven't got this group broke in, and now we're losing them. Anyway, met our tour group downstairs to walk off together. Much unhappiness on our part when we find out that one couple was the complainers from our tour in Portugal. Seriously? Taking an all day tour when you absolutely, positively have to be at your dinner table by ...
... to see the sights any other way in a short time. And none of the sights should be missed even just from the bus. Having completed the orange route we got off to change to the green route but wanted lunch first, so walked for awhile as we were in a posh shopping area which means high restaurant prices. We found a reasonable tapas restaurant with outside seating and had lunch for 36 euro including drinks - not Sangria which we noticed most people were drinking. On our way to get ...
August 3, 2014 Barcelona
Today we planned on visiting Barcelona's two museums dedicated to famous modern art. It was our last day in the city and our City Bus Tour hop-on passes had expired so we set out by foot. Our first destination was Fundacio Joan Miro’. We proceeded west weaving through unknown streets and finally reached a hill with a gravel path going straight up. There seemed to be no end to our path but some locals assured us ...