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... and had so much fun with them he got a tattoo of koala. He then proceeded to pull the neck of his tee shirt across his shoulder to reveal this massive koala tattoo across one side of his chest! Not really what we were expecting in Spain.
Our days were spent exploring Barcelona, spending our first day getting orientated and learning a little history by taking the hop on, hop off tourist bus we then set off to explore each day, meandering the gorgeous streets admiring ...
... in the bar, people just don't expect an Englishman to cheer a German goal. Had a bit if crack with the owners, (Jill doing most of the talking surprisingly) and then we went back to the room for a quick siesta. Another reason for loving Barca is they embrace the afternoon nap.
Normally we would go to the Gothic quarter on a night and go to a restaurant but we decided to stay local as the street we were on during the day was now busy busy and all the ...
... in the world) Starbucks is just about in every corner of Barcelona. People seem to like the style of wide and comfortable sitting areas on side walks - it fits with the European style of romancing their coffee and their time to talk things over. In keeping with the American way of serving everything in paper cups and plates, Starbucks was not quite what we enjoyed. So many local coffee places and restaurants (always using ceramic plates and cups, thank ...
... The weather was beautiful and considering it was snowing in Calgary as we were arriving to a 23 degree evening in Barcelona, we couldn't complain (sorry to rub it in, Calgarians!).
Barcelona is home to the stunning La Familia Sagrada, the profound brainchild of architect Antoni Gaudi, which remains under construction after 100 years of work and another 20 or 30 years to go. We didn't go in to the church but the ...
... shopping mall with the top floor full of fancy open air eateries. Yesterday Daniel and Anchalee headed off to Switzerland and we went to the Gothic Quarter with it's many buildings dating back to the Roman and Medieval days. It's full of little narrow laneways that lead to surprisingly large squares full of restaurants and tapas bars. There seems to be a real hum in the air with shopfronts full of yummy food on ...