Catalonia Mikado Hotel
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... stroll to the beach after deciding we didn't want to pay entry to the Catalonia muesum. The Barcelona card is a rip off it doesn't include entry to anything worth seeing within a couple of days. So after a cone of chips with Catalan sausage topping we walked along the beach. Apparently the sand in Barcelona is imported every year from Egypt so that means I've had Egyptian sand between my toes. We rested on the grass with an icy pole. ...
Although I really like my leather travel bag I got for my 40th and it fits in EasyJets hand luggage category it's not ideal for carrying around a city in 30 degree heat, think I'll have to reserve it for trips in a car or if we have a taxi arrange at the far end. Probably need something with wheels or revert back to a rucksack.
Still managed to take too much clothing despite the size restriction, next time i'm going to leave the t-shirts ...
... in the beacon bar, which was nice, tea at a restaurant that wasn't so nice. Time Square at night is amazing, lights and people dressed on costumes, and people everywhere, shops open til midnight. While we were there there was a bikie rally for 9/11 hundreds of motor bikes went past, it took about 10 minutes to cross the road - pretty awesome. Love you, miss you - and even though I don't think you're reading this write soon xxxx P.s. have you got the postcard ...
... She was great. She made the tour very interesting and informative.
We visited the exterior of Palau Guell, Casa Batlo, Casa Mila and took the Metro for the first time and had the exterior of Sagrada Familia explained to us. We learnt so much more about Antoni Gaudi. He lived and breathed architecture and as a result never married. I wonder if we would have ever seen any of his masterpieces if he ...
... brilliant structure that really made me believe more in religion-and made acceptances for whatever religion you were. Amazing! We had audio guides with our tickets, but perhaps the one regret was that we were unable to get the tower entry also, which would have capped it off! Famished, at about 5pm, we popped into a nearby tapas place (Jamon y Vino) and had an awesome selection of tapas, including drinking sangria from 2-foot straws. We then made our way to the shopping strip, ...