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The better part of today was in trains and planes making our way from Milan to Barcelona. Once we arrived to our new AirBnB place the owner walked us through how to work everything (washing machines are tricky over here) and helped us get our bearings for the city. his place is nice and roomy and has two true bedrooms, living room, bathroom and kitchen. Our Milan flat could fit ...
... claim ending up with a delivery service bringing my bag to our home the next day. Can't figure out why three out of four bags made it and mine didn't. Especially since Jim and I have identical bright red bags with identical neon striped straps. But I was prepared. We always take photos of the clothes laid out on the bed before we pack them. And we get a photo of any extras like souvenirs before returning home. Have never needed the photo proof but you never ...
... the city by ourselves, the highlight for us being the magnificent Opera house on the harbour side, stunning on the outside & the timber work inside is spectacular. That night we had our celebration dinner with all our new friends & Mike. We had a lovely night & we were sad to say good bye to this lovely group of people after our fabulous tour through Scandinavia. We were certainly recommend this trip. Day 20. Up early the next morning to catch our early flight to ...
Today we set off to just wander around the streets in the Gothic Quarter. We found the fresh food market (Mercat de la Boqueria) which was quite amazing. They had seafood stands where you choose what you want & they cook it on their bbq right there for you to eat straight away. It seems like everything is made to eat on the run with salami & cheese in little paper cones, all the fruit comes in tubs with a spoon, even the olives are in a little tub with pickled onions ...
... that there was a Gaudi hospital we should see. Well we walked and walked, stopping for a little refreshment along the way, and did find the hospital...quite astonishing - and not Gaudi, but a world heritage Art Nouveau site - it was built between 1902 and 1930 - the Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau (looks all wrong spelling because this is Catalan) and it is an amazing complex. Was used as a hospital till 2009, but ...