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... palatable, however with that in mind, would have no problem disposing of it if wasn't. It was actually ok, but no, not going to win any awards! We were surprised with the price of beer. A can from the supermarket came in at .23c. Cheaper than Colombia! The picnic ended up being in our room as we overlooked the fact that it was a little too chilly to be out. But it was a nice idea! We strolled along the famous strip La Rambla, lined with ...
... Daniel and I fall asleep on each others shoulders for the 2 hour flight to Barcelona.
There is distinct difference that you notice immediately upon arrival. Barcelona is a modern city. It is clean, streets are wider, paved, no graffiti. If Lisbon feels like bourbon street mixed with a little Puerto Viarta than Spain feels Mexico city mixed with San Diego. What I mean by this is…there is a ...
... the square has been since I've been here! But up they go. Then they falter on the third tier, but only momentarily then up until one girl has a munchkin in helmet on her shoulders and the black material is lowered, the girl holds on, is haled up and on to the balcony, then the second girl is hauled over the top. The material is then lowered, but the castellers have begun to dismantle and therefore no third person over the top.
Wow! now exhale, ...
Another busy day in the city of Barcelona! We started our day with a trip to central Barcelona. We toured many of the squares and did some shopping. We took the cable car to Montjuic Hill which provided us with some pretty spectacular views of the city and especially of the port, beaches and the Mediterranean Sea. ...
... staircases that we know, are moving ramps, similar to the moving sidewalks we encounter in airports, but on a slant that takes the passengers from one level to another. Ideal for those with luggage or strollers and also for those in wheelchairs, no auxiliary elevators are needed. And in Barcelona, at some particularly hilly sites, there are even outdoor escalators that will take you up and down hill. What happens when it rains, I have no idea. If you visit ...