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An early start this morning with a day trip to Montserrat by train from Barcelona. Having read a number of guidebooks we understood that entering the mainline station at Plaša Espanya could be slightly confusing and on top of this that we should allow ample time to purchase our tickets. We'd previously decided to purchase an inclusive Tot Montserrat ticket which included: return train travel (including the Metro), cable car ...
... into a shop that sells dried fruits and nuts. This shop has been wood roasting their own nuts on site since 1851. We bought some toasted Marcona almonds. So good.
Our apartment is in a great location - we either walk downtown or take the metro which is one minute away. We are in a neighbourhood that is full of shops and many small restaurants.
There is a tiny Bodega a few doors down from us where ...
As the demonstration gets louder, Anne wakes and as it is 6pm the pretty sounding bells above start their chiming away. Then the demonstration moves towards Las Ramblas and the noise level goes back to busy.
At 9pm Anne wakes properly and we are treated to the audio visual spectacular on the front of the building opposite and it runs for 20minutes. We discuss whether to video, and decide, no, not missing out a ...
... fee. My incredible landlord has already ordered it done! Thanks Oliver!
Challenges of the Day
My challenges for today are to go to the gym I found and see if I can sign up for some aerobic classes and get membership for the three months I am in town. As are the most important locations, like the supermarket, language school, etc., this gym is also only 10 minutes away by foot!
Next challenge is to figure out how to get to the various ...
... by the people and is mirrored in them. It is a work that is in the hands of God and the will of the people." The building is still going on and could be finished some time in the first third of the 21st century.
We left this amazing site and headed to Park Guell, another Gaudi project that offers panoramic views of Barcelona with Sagrda Familia sitting centre stage. After a day of walking Video Girl and Battery Boy were happy to ...