Hotel Denit Barcelona
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The Magic of Barcelona.. A city that has bewitched us.. I have concluded over the last year, that you can get a huge sense of a place by the airport you arrive in. Milan, chaotic and messy and not smart, as you might expect. Vancouver, however, smart and sophisticated and cosmopolitan... my first impressions often are upheld in the rest of my …
... in on Gerard in his room. Turns out he was wide-awake as well! (Interesting side-note: so far, our sleep schedules have been bursts of three or four naps of various lengths when allowed. This has continued since departing the US and surprisingly our energy has stayed at acceptable levels despite the sleep deficits we are running. Yes, it will catch up with us I am sure.)
Anyway, we decided to grab food and head into central Stockholm. I must mention ...
... the chocolate shop next door to the apartment, but compared to the other things I had tasted it just wasn’t as good. After lunch I cruised on over to the Cathedral, another neo-gothic building. The smaller alter within the Cathedral were very extravagant, with many coated in gold. The Crypt was a bit disappointing compared to other crypts I’ve seen. The view from the roof was the best I had seen so far of Barcelona with views out ...
... best burgers I have ever had. After lunch, with a little time to kill before our train left, we wandered around the neighbourhood, el Barri Gotic, for a little bit. Being the oldest area of Barcelona, it had amazing architecture. For example, we went to the post office to mail a couple of postcards and I was floored by the stature of the building. Even the nearby train station was beautifully built. On to a 5 hour train ride to our next stop... Valencia!
... us biltong! As a grand finale, the opera singer insisted we go to a fountain-show. This turned out to be a giant fountain 'dancing' to Disney, Pop and Classical music with a few thousand people watching. We grabbed a good seat on some stairs, unpacked our bread, cheese, strawberries & chocolate picnic and watched the spectacle in awe. We thought it was very aptly named 'The magical fountain'. Barcelona, evidently first impression aren't everything. Definitely redeemed. ...