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... 2nd time in 2 days (suitcase fell on it yesterday) as it comes loose whilst going through the scanner. I am stifling a laugh as I'm iPad gets swabbed at security for drugs (yep seriously) I last took drugs back in the 80's (just a bit of weed..., did nothing for me) so am fairly confident it will pass which of course it did. We purchase our customary bottles of Veuve Clicquot at duty free for sailaway on Sunday before getting some breakfast. ...
... to go exploring! We were beat by the time we got to our B&B, but hungry and ready for tapas! It didn't take long; we found several cute places close by. We picked one, and the food was wonderful: kalamata olives, bombas (spicy potato meatballs), crujiente gambas (deep fried crispy prawns), Tapa verdes (tapa of green salad), and Pan (bread with olive oil). Yum!
Gee, I wish I had paid more attention in Spanish class.
... in 2026. Gaudi- The architect knew it wouldn't be finished in his life time so made a whole lot of models. Great city for shopping, also has a lot of department stores here. A lot of people don't speak English so a bit hard communicating. Some useful phrases... Yes - Si Please- Por Favor Thank you - Gracias Good morning- Buenos Dias Excuse me- De ...
... the seats were even tinier. Plus, I witnessed some 20 year old girl picking her nose and eating it.
I tried to sleep, but couldn't really. I even took this "sleep shot" thing which was really sketchy but I was willing to try anything.
We arrived in Barcelona at 8:00 in the morning the following day. We hopped the AeroBus and were dropped off 5 minutes walking distance from our hotel, BCN Fashion House. Of course, we got lost and ended up walking ...
... but died before it could be completed. The other two sides they don't know what to do because they can't all decide on what they think Gaudi would have wanted. This cathedral is not going to be finished in my lifetime and will always being worked on. Since we were close to Parc Guell, another main attraction of Barcelona, we took a metro there. The walk up to it is about ten minutes straight up hill, luckily there were some escalators that helped and was not all ...