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... to go in was a mile long so we got back on the next bus. Then we decided to visit the Catalan Historic Museum only to find it closed at 2pm and it was now 2.30!!!. We then got off on a stop near Gaud's Casa Battlo. Wow what an experience that was. We spent the next couple of hours wandering through this amazing residence. He was such a forward thinker with his architectural ideas and appreciation of timber ...
... enough that she left me alone. The pizza was excellent - crispy like none of the pizzas in Italy. I think in order of pizza quality, it goes Australia, Spain and THEN Italy. With a full hour before I had to be at the ferry, and with only a half an hour ride ahead of me, I left the hostel and realised on the way that I had wanted to get petrol - as it will presumably be cheaper in Barcelona than on the island. Surely in a half an hour ride I'd pass a petrol station. But freeway on ...
... had squid with black rice and Matt had a starter of spaghetti carbonara (the biggest starter ever, but he polished it off well) sangria went down well too. Again a nice stroll down the side streets and back to find Matt a street seller to bargain with for a voice changer and home on the metro to our lovely hotel sb plaza hotel. Last day in the vibrant and awesome city of Barcelona next stop cruising the ...
6.30am Alarm goes off, the others in the Bnb are all asleep, the alarm is for me.... Time get going. Leaving Barcelona I have a sense of sadness. I have enjoyed my time here staying with Karina. We didn't spend much time together, but when we did it was as though we already new each other. Her apartment is very central to Del Raval, La Rambla, Gotic Quarter. I walked everywhere, did the bus tour for a ...
... was closed for services when I first arrived so I took a funicular up the mountain side where there are several hiking trails. The signage is poor, and I ended up on a longer trail than I had intended, with significant elevation gain. But the view was stupendous, I'm sure I saw past the Pyrenees and all the way into France! It was a 550 meter (about 1700 ft) descent back to the Monastery on hundreds of steep steps and long gravelly trails. I then stood ...