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... narrow streets they are a much more efficient means of getting about than the four-wheeled vehicle. And the vehicles in use as seen in the line of cabs in this photo are very small, not much larger than the mopeds. You could fit two of those cabs into the top-end Hyundai i40 we were driving. Which gives you some appreciation for the challenges I faced when maneuvering my vehicle through the major cities in the eleven countries we ...
... saw us visiting the modern church of Barcelona, the afternoon found us in the medieval one: the Cathedral of Barcelona. The dark Romanesque interior was in stark contrast to La Sagrada but just as atmospheric. The most beautiful part of the cathedral were its Cloisters which surrounded a lush courtyard filled with Palm trees and a pond full of white geese. Day three in Barcelona: Today we were off to the monastery of Montserrat. No Nuns, no cookies! Argh! The train ...
... held the worlds last Albino Gorilla. Which would have been so awesome to
see I mean really what the hell.
After the tour we settle for getting back to
the hostel and then going out for some delicious Spanish food. We head to a
tapas restaurant that was recommended by our guide, which is situated outside a
cathedral. Now we know it’s a cathedral because a bishop sits on a seat there.
Fun fact. The food is incredible. Our tapas included ...
... open serving tapas and pintxos. We spent the evening going from bar to bar having little goodies at each place never seeing the same thing twice except stripes. a whole party of French were wearing blue and white striped clothes, all slightly different but all with a nautical look, think Waldo but blue. Maybe they had a yacht in the harbour or maybe just liked stripes.
We planned on watching the America Ghana game but there were very few bars open so ...
... We were overwhelmed, awed by the majesty and brilliance!
As as a follow-up, we walked to the playful Park Guell, another of Gaudi's masterpieces, a huge park filled with whimsical buildings, bridges, arches, waterworks, pathways lined with flowers & bushes and palm trees with squawking green parrots hiding among the leaves!
We also wandered around ...