Exe Parc Del Valles
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... to our own, the museums are really, really good, churros con chocolate needs to make it to America, we should have been a matador and a flamenco dancer instead of a counselor and a speech therapist, and weather is ideal (hot but not humid). After a 3 hour train ride, we arrived in Barcelona a little before 3pm and took a taxi directly to our apartment. Our apartment is located in a neighborhood known as Barceloneta. Barceloneta is ...
... that they were able to take the time to venture over to Barcelona to meet us.
Highlights of Barcelona:
- Catching up with dear friends Sorcha and Steve – thank you to you both!
- Exploring the city, the quirky architecture
... us in the map where to go but they told us to follow them as they had to transfer (twice) in the same stations along the way and voila, we found Camp Nou at last.
Every thing devised to make it easy for the visitor, consumer or the fanatic soccer fan to enjoy the place. Plenty of space to walk and hang out, a wonderful tour of all the places the players frequent, a museum with all the latest electronic gadgets to showcase past and present ...
... 4.1 litres/100 kms by the time we reached Perpignan on the coast. Most of this provincial road had a 90 km/h posted speed limit, so we weren’t doing more than 100 km/h!
There were some interesting rocky outcrops and sheer cliff mountainsides as the road wound its way up and down river valleys.
Obviously good cycle training terrain though, as every road off the one we were on went upwards!
From Perp. we hit the ...
... last 20 years of his life. The park encompasses beautifully tiled benches and statues that look like they inspired the works of Dr.Suess. Gaudi often used shards of tile discarded by companies to create his colourful mosaics and exteriors of buildings like Casa Batlló and the less colourful but no less imaginative La Pedrera. His architectural additions have come to define Barcelona even years after his passing. Mucho ùnico!