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... is not enough time to see the intricies of the sights such as the black madonna. The line up to see her was massive and not moving and moving even less when they shut the church doors for the 11am service. It was the same scenario for la guardia familia the line to get inside there went right around the block. I don't feel as though we have missed out on anything but the pace of this tour is very fast and hectic. Aaron did say we were on a tour and ...
... many ceramics.
We walked to the Chocolate Museum which turned out to be a waste of time and money.
Then we walked to the Barcelona Cathedral, also know as The Cathedral, Le Cathedral, and Cathedral de la Sur (which is the street it is on.) We approached from the back side so we had to walk a bit to get to the entrance. First we walked through the beautiful cloisters. It was a bit confusing since the cloisters also have many side ...
... because I was glad to just figure out where I was. I keep walking along, now checking my gps just to make sure I wasn't straying into some other area. And then...it was lunchtime!
I was walking along on this biggish small street Carrer de l'Hospital, and came across a building that looked old. Music drifted from there. I go through this big door/opening into this courtyard. Looks like something from the medieval times, and whoa, there's this restaurant with a ...
... stages of Picasso’s painting, starting with when he was a young boy of significant talent, through to his death.
We returned back to our unit hoping to get into Sagrada Familia Cathedral, but unfortunately we could only get into see the cathedral, not get to visit the tower of the cathedral. So we headed back to the Underground and headed for the Port, catching the Funicular then Cable Car up to the ancient ...
so to our next stop, Barcelona. I've only been here once before but
sadly – and I know I'm the exception to the rule – I just didn't
like it. But, we're doing it and the compromise is that I'll do the
“general tour” of the city on day one and then sit back at the
campsite catching up with the blog and things while Jane does La
Sagrada Familia and others on day two. So here I am. And I'm loving