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Arrived safely in Barcelona after navigating Madrid airport pretty well. Flights were good although our long one had not much entertainment but we were in 2 seats in our own so that made up for it. Madrid to Barcelona was only an hour and our driver was waiting for us. No problems with bags getting lost enroute so another bonus. Hotel …
... today, at least. We saw some fascinating work by the architect Gaudy, whose buildings are all over the place, plus the shoreline of this port city, and a view over everything from the mountains too. Very pretty scenery. We stopped into MACBA for a visit as well, and though the content of most of the current exhibitions weren’t super riveting, the artists/curators have done an amazing job laying out and displaying the works and I ...
... foreign in my life, and its beauty is undeniable! We ended up revisiting the Sagrada the next day, so I will describe details of it later!
Later that day, we saw one of the wonders of the modern world: the dancing fountains. They were pretty remarkable, and the scenery was awesome. After that we had a great dinner accompanied by great ...
... stand wasn't open quite yet. After getting ready and showering we checked out of the hotel. Oddly, the city of Venice charges a €9 fee for each of us to stay at the hotel for two nights, and possibly more odd it had to be paid in cash. It was hard to understand why that was, and still is, but we paid it none the less and went on our way. We had about 20 minutes to get to the bus, wanting to attempt to get gelato on the way, and it took us nearly the whole time to get ...
... get in
we dump our bags say hello to 4 Americans sharing our room and head off to get
some food. Not much is still serving so we get some delish wok noodles and eat
back at the hostel.
The next morning I wake up early and have
breakfast but learn quickly that Spanish people do not refrigerate milk so the
muesli I have is off puttingly warm but I soldier on cus I am fairly tough. I
even left the hostel by myself the night before and got cash ...