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... century door (really more like a fortified gate over an old moat) that had been an original access point inside the walls. We past the Maritine museum, peaking through the windows and oohing at the replica Spanish galleon that filled an enormous exhibition hall and on past a monument to Columbus. From there we turned north up La Rambla, the overly crowded, exceptionally touristy, pedestrian street that is a haven for both street performers and pickpocketers. Jenny ...
... t, I couldn't tell. I got through a good chunk of my book, The Vacationers (which takes place in Spain!) and filled up on vitamin D, knowing that soon I would be back home in Minnesota, where the weather has already turned cold. There will be sunlight for only 8 hours and a warm day will be 0. After I had my fill of the sun, I took the long way home and walked the length of the port. And it goes on forever and ever...I have never seen so ...
... hour walk, we arrived at the Cervecerie Catalonya tapas restaurant at 236 Majorca Blvd, where Kathleen had a Spanish omelet and I had a dish called "small fishes," one plate loaded with approximately two dozen delicately fried sardines. Following our lunch, we walked to the Champs-Ellysses of Barcelon, namely Pg. Gracia. lined with upscale shops and apartments. ...
Oh Hey, I'm not very good at keeping up with blogging. And when I say I, I mean Lacy. Meghan is better at it than me. We are currently in Cinque Terre and loving it but more about that later.....Barcelona. Barcelona was a very chill couple of days. Like Madrid it was really overwhelming in size. We stayed in a hostel called The Hostel Box. We understood where the name came from seeing as our beds were in boxes. It had a ...
... and had lunch we made our way into the middle of the city and
explored our way through a main road in Barcelona called Las Ramblas. Las
ramblas is a walking street filled with little cafes, shops, and street
performers. It was so nice to have time to explore the Market, and some shops.
We made our way down the street to the Statue of Colon with Columbus at the top
pointing to the Americas. We explored the Cathedral of Barcelona and the
character the gothic quarter ...