Castell de l'Oliver
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... cases and soon will go for a wander in town. To tell the truth we have been quite tired - it was a real comedown after the cruise so are glad we had this time in Barcelona to wind down before coming home. Tomorrow we fly from here to Milan (fond memories of that place - not!) and from there to Singapore. We have a long stopover there but the airline has put us up in a hotel for the day. Hopefully we'll have a swim and a ...
... anything about it beforehand, we found the amazing magic fountain show in front of the Palau Nacional. Incredible fountains set to movie soundtracks with thousands of people watching and taking pictures with the sunset. After the show we walked to a neighborhood festival that Brandon had found out about from someone he chatted with on the train from Montserrat. Every couple of blocks there was a different music set up with a DJ or live band and everyone ...
... to get on the cable car that goes to Montjuic for about an hour. I'm sure it could be longer so advanced tickets would have been a good idea. The view from above was nice enough. I didn't mind how high we were. It is only a seven minute ride. When we got to the other side we had to ask someone where the cabs were - there was only a little park visible and we had no idea which direction to go in. We took a cab to Poble Espanyol which might not be for ...
... Ramblas, just as you hit the harbor front, is the Christopher Columbus monument. Similar to the USA, Barcelona seems to be torn whether or not to celebrate his accomplishments. Long story short, with lots of financial support from the leadership/royalty of Barcelona (Catalonia), Columbus discovered the "new world." His discovery brought great riches to Spain, mainly funneling back to the capital city of Madrid, and therefore shifting the balance of power in ...
... were just happy that it wasn’t Real that beat them to the title.
I did other stuff in Barcelona as well as go to the match. Traveling without Whitney meant a stay in a hostel dorm, something I hadn’t done in a while. But fortunately it was a great hostel with fun people. There was a pub crawl on Friday night, which was great. Germans, Irish, Canadians, Australians, Brazilians, we had a great multicultural group. Plus ...