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... literally. But we did go for a walk to La Sagrada Familia. It was dark out already, but we did laps around the church and sat in the park opposite the masterpiece for over an hour.
You can look at a thousand different photos from every aspect of this amazing church (designed by Gaudi) and you will never truly know what it looks like until you are standing in front of it. I could go into the history of the ...
... And there are 2 pillows each!!! And we have stopped washing!! Our undies can now last till we get home! So after arriving and dropping off the bags, we didn't really unpack or anything, just set off for a walk round the city on this beautiful Sunday afternoon. It is hot - in the high 20s - so won't need my fleeces or jumpers any more....and there is no precipitation predicted before we leave.....if they are right! So we set off ...
... long as she took the day to rest and treat herself well, she should be fine. We tried to find a supermarket and ended up following a nice English-speaking Spanish woman to one fairly close by. We bought peaches, oranges, bananas and a big bottle of water. As we tried to walk home we realized that we had absolutely no idea where we were, and had to sit on the corner of a street and consult a map for a while. We ended up approaching the ...
... King Jaume I. Wow it was an impressive maze of narrow streets, medieval architecture, and centuries old cobblestone plazas. We dined on Tapas and Tinto Verano, a mix of red wine and lemonade and also enjoyed a cappuccino. In every plaza local musicians were playing acoustic guitar. It was quite magical in such a short period of time. I also survived my first metro travel and was even asked twice in a Spanish for directions rather than the other way ...
... the latina music. Getting back to
our hostel was quite the ordeal. The metro was closed at 2 am and didn’t open
unil 6 am… so we got in one cab, and were taken to a metro station when the
cabie learned how far away our stop was, then took a metro back to the middle
of the city. Tried to find another cab for a few hours… then finally had some
luck. It took us 30 mins to cab back to our hostel and the cab had to manouver
its way up steep small ...