Travel Blogs from Barcelona
We decided to start with Parc Guell because it said everywhere it would a big climb. Well that wasn't as worse as we expected. It was a bit steep, but not that high and not that difficult. We ended up at the great entry of the park, with the two pretty houses and the fairy tale staircase. This was pretty only really crowded. Everyone wanted to take …
... little. We got everything settled, before exploring. We went out to eat, and I got some rice and some vegetables. It was so good, and they were so nice there. The ladies were asian, but spoke some Spanish. After eating there, we went to the market that was just close to us, and we got some water and everything to bring back with us. It was great to have a place to just store our food. After getting the ...
... as we travel to Madrid tomorrow on the train (about 2 1/2hours) for our last stay in Europe. Thank goodness we are going over there tomorrow (Friday) as there is a big football match between Barcelona and Madrid, being held here in Barcelona over the weekend and as the stadium here can hold 100,000 and Barcelona has over 170,000 registered fans it is a good time to leave.
On the wind down now. Just under two weeks to home.
Love you all - Mum and Dad (Helen and ...
... city". We would meet back at the campsite for wine later; they have been to a town up the road and got 20 litres of red wine in 4 x 5 litre plastic water containers......no messing there!!
... free. I catch up with him for a while and then get ready to go to a house party – I have an invite from Jorge, an Ecuadorian guy living in Barcelona who I met in San Sebastian. Another instance of awesome travel connections providing an opportunity for good times. It is Jorge’s and Vanessa’s (one of his flatmates) farewell. They are going back home after spending a year in Barcelona. About 50 people are in the house and I’m immersed yet again ...
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