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... have seen most everything we wanted to see and feel like we are ready for the next adventure, but in this case Barcelona was such an amazing place that we wished we had allowed for even just a couple more days to soak it in. Needless to say we know understand why people from around the world are in love with this city and it is certainly near the top of our list of places we plan to return to someday.
The next stop, and our final destination in Europe is Venice, Italy! Until Next Time…David & ...
... was Park Guell which was named after Gaudi's great patron, Count Eusebi Guell. The park was originally to be a residential garden community but it turned out to be unsuccessful. However, Gaudi was able to design many features for the park including his home which is now a museum.
We traveled up the hill to the ...
... you all with the details (I'll do that to anyone that wants to listen in person when we get home) but Barca won 3-0 even with only 10 men for a half, Messi got 2 goals and we both got a really close look at why he is undoubtedly the best player in the world this decade. UNBELIEVABLE.
Other notable highlights so far have been seeing some of Antoni Gaudi's amazing work, a day at a water park, a couple of long runs along the beach and ...
... popular giants and beasts of Barcelona were present but we quickly noticed a few that we didn't recognise so went over to say hello. The town of Cardona was featuring heavily in the festival because they had inaugurated a brand new Aliga (eagle) in 2013 and this was the auspicious occasion of her first foray outside her home town, but the giants that caught our eyes the most were the rather splendid ones from Granada del Penedes and Molins de Rei, a ...
... And then I was on the hunt for underwear. I don't know if there is an actual department store in Barcelona with reasonably priced undergarments, but I couldn't find it. What I did find in large number, however, were the "gourmet" shops of ladies lingerie. So, I am now the proud owner of the most comfortable underwear known to mankind, lucky me, but I won't be able to eat for the last day or two of my trip due to budget constraints. I kid. But they ...