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Another early start today as our ride was collecting us at 7.30am for our trip to the Salvador Dali Museum in Figeures. We booked the tour through Barcelona Guide Bureau and they arranged everything, including our taxi ride to the train station, train tickets and entry tickets to the museum.
The train ride to Figeures, Dali’s home town, was around 1 hour from Barcelona. Once there, we caught ...
We chose the option to simply leave the boat when we were ready so around 8:30, we headed toward the exit. While at breakfast, we found a luggage storage place that will deliver your luggage to the airport or hotel at a time you choose. We decided to go that route instead of going to the hotel first and leaving our luggage before heading out to enjoy Barcelona.
This is such a great city. It's got that same kind of fun ...
... the complete opposite direction, but at least we made it there. While Issy sat sipping some honey tea I chopped up the fruit into a big fruit salad, sprinkling a little muesli on mine. It was a good, nutritious breakfast - exactly what we needed with our health down. We finally finished watching Vicky Christina Barcelona on the outside couches before we decided it was time to see more of Barcelona - in particular the Sagrada Familia, which ...
... is proving to be quite a challenge since I owned the product which simply would not fit in my suitcases, so I shipped it to myself to consume over the next two months. They obviously see this differently so we will see what results next week!
Catching Up on Work
Since I am behind on various projects, I must get back to work. The photos from today are from the market which I walk through often on the way to or from class, from the park outside ...
... Catedral which had a 5' monstrance of gold & jewels displayed in its own room with guard! Took elevator with Rach to the rooftop spires. She walked on the scaffolding to take pictures of the city; I hung onto a railing in a doorway for dear life praying the wind wouldn't suck me over the side!! Next day toured Sagrada Familia, basilica designed by Antoni Gaudi. Incredible to behold!! Maybe my favorite site! Then onto Parc Guell also designed by Gaudi. Picture Dr. Seuss if he ...