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... ll just have to go there yourself. After walking around a number of times soaking it all in we went to the top of the Nativity Tower (one of two towers completed) and got to look at the Barcelona skyline, as well as seeing just how much craftsmanship there is being invested in the exterior parts of the basilica. We headed underneath to the museum and got to see the level of Gaudi's brilliance - he had spent over 43 years working on his designs for the basilica and all the ...
... in the attic which was where the servants were housed.
It was an excellent museum, we even saw a Gaudi designed toilet.
We had dinner at our favourite tapas restaurant tonight, I had anchovies and olives, grilled octopus, and potatoes and Vicki had grilled Sole and then a long walk to walk it of. A great day but it is after 10:00 and time for some ...
... our tour to begin I start talking to this sweet little old Grandmother that is sitting next to me. Her arm is in a sling, so I ask her if she is OK, and if it happened on the cruise. Well, she said she fractured her arm falling on the bus in Rome, and also separated her shoulder. So, as we are walking off the ship to immigration she said to me "I didn't realize there would be so many old people on this cruise". The woman ...
... to see the sights any other way in a short time. And none of the sights should be missed even just from the bus. Having completed the orange route we got off to change to the green route but wanted lunch first, so walked for awhile as we were in a posh shopping area which means high restaurant prices. We found a reasonable tapas restaurant with outside seating and had lunch for 36 euro including drinks - not Sangria which we noticed most people were drinking. On our way to get ...
... to a creaking start, with barely a fraction of the crowds that ply the original Rambla. Its advocates, however, are quick to point out that La Rambla del Raval is far better than the two dark, run-down streets that formerly existed here. New shops, bars and cafés mean it could well rival its cousin in years to come.
6. Carrer Nou de la Rambla--In the first half of the 19th century, El Raval’s main street was a notorious strip of cabarets, brothels ...