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We started the day somewhat slower today. We headed down to the La Rambla to the marina to visit the Columbus Monument. It was constructed in honour of CC and serves as a reminder that Columbus reported to Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand V after his first trip to the new continent. On the monument CC is pointing to the new land. The monument is 47.2 metres tall and made of bronze. The base of the monument ...
... line of the Barcelona bus tour and do the other half of the city but it would be too late if they wanted to see the final of the Soccer World Cup! I couldn't imagine the other half of the city would be much different anyhow.
We went back to the hotel, had showers, and went out to get some dinner. There wasn’t that much variety with the local food so we ended up getting some KFC and taking it back to the hotel. We also bought some healthy smoothies from a smoothie ...
... in the church was also Gaudi's tomb, but we were unable to find it. Because we had been up since 6:30am for our flight, we went back to our hostel to take a traditional Spanish siesta before heading out for dinner.
I got to meet up with my big bro Mark and Rob, who are studying abroad in London, and Nick who is on exchange in Barcelona for dinner at Nick's flat. Shout out to them for cooking a fantastic Italian dinner! Also, I found out ...
... just like melted chocolate, and a bit too rich for Luke - although the girls finished theirs!
Steve then guided us all to a large cat statue in one of the back streets - very cool and the kids loved it. We ambled our way back and caught the Metro.
It was the girls night to be in charge of dinner, and we cooked store bought pizza - a yummy one with Serrano ham cost EUR 2.65 - yum! The girls have chosen chocolate All bran for tomorrow's ...
... guide was important because it gave people the opportunity to create something themselves. Everything about this center was amazing; it is definitely seemed an ideal way to serve people with MS.
Later that evening, I stopped by an Alzheimer Day Center. Unfortunately, no one at the center spoke much English and I wasn’t allowed into the actual activities room of the center. But, I was able to ask the woman a few questions and witness ...