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After an afternoon in Andorra I headed back on the bus through Catalonia and arrived back by early evening in Barcelona.
Having been to Barcelona once before I was a little unsure if the city would entertain me. However as this had been a day trip over ten years ago I was proved wrong. There was more than enough to keep me occupied.
... over and offering everybody beer).
Also in the Plaša d'Espanya we took an elevator to the top of Arenas. A giant mall that used to be a Bullfighting ring. As you may have already heard, bullfighting is a big tradition in Spain, and I have been to one during my time abroad. However, in Catalunya (where Barcelona is located), they actually banned bullfighting two years ago, so now the three stadiums that used to be in Barcelona have changed. One was ...
... as it made an irritating noise. It is less than 200 metres to the waterfront and from there we walked along the waterfront for a few hundred metres to an area where there was an amusement park, like in a NZ A&P show, outside stalls selling tourist trinkets and novelties - Ang bought a few kids items here which she amused herself with for awhile - and a lot of outdoor restaurants, though they are everywhere. And a nice sunset was occurring. It was dark when we ...
... of 2 nights we left San Sebastian, backpacks loaded. We picked up the local bus outside our door to the train station in San Sebastian where we connected with our train to Auyonne then Bayonne; and after two trains and a bus connection, very nicely scheduled, we ended up in St Jean Pied du Port, where we picked up our Credencial (or passport) from the Pilgrim's office. These get stamped along the route to prove the distance and direction you have walked when you arrive ...
At 5 minutes to the appointed meeting time, Hetts left me basking and walked over to the Metro station to meet Tom and Aida, who were bringing the other half of the picnic. But first we sat and had another drink, before heading towards the park via a beer and wine shop.
It was suggested that the park would be a better picnic spot, due to the lack of dirty sand, which sounded like a good plan.
Ciutadella park is large and there was an environmental and ...