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... was clueless and ended up serving a fancy hot chocolate, with bread for dipping.
The guided walking tour was easy to follow and preferable to wandering around. There were some random Roman ruins (they're everywhere!), an old fountain, obligatory cathedral, and squares with history you wouldn't learn without a tour.
Shopping at La Boqueria was much easier than in France. The salespeople actually understand Ashley's Spanish and ...
... from gold and he designed them by squeezing clay in his hands to get the perfect shape of a hand.
I noticed that outside in some of the streets in Barcelona they had patterned tiles that were very detailed with swirls, these were also on the floor inside the apartment of La Pedrera, I learnt that these tiles are used outside in the streets to create a pathway to Gaudi's work.
Again we stopped off for a tapas lunch, ...
... so I was able to enjoy her excellent cooking and great conversation about following your dreams, which we are both doing.
Yesterday I finally got all the way to lovely Old El Centro, where all the charm (and tourists are.
Today I got into the Metro Tunnel and was promptly shooed
out as emergency workers rushed by; apparently someone had fallen on the
tracks. I am unsure if that is a regular
occurrence. I haven’t ...
... After enjoying some Dunks... we headed to La Sagrada Familia which is a massive church in Barcelona. It is famous for never having been completed and construction is currently still going on. After seeing this massive church, we did some shopping in the gift shops as we headed to our next stop: Park GŁell. Park GŁell is a gorgeous two part park. Part of it is a normal park, full of paths and grass and nature. The ...
... how exhausting amusement parks can be especially if they are built on a mountain. However the rides were good fun & some of the ones built for the 1928 Expo were very cute, like the plane. Interestingly the one which scared Peter the most was a ride called the Talaia.
This emblematic ride, opened in 1921, will give you ...