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... plans. This was a cool port because we were docked less than a half mile from La Rambla for those who haven’t been is the central street in Barcelona with crazy shopping and all the tourist shops and booths and gelato and stuffs. The streets had flies like ALL over them. There were so many flies everywhere buzzing around and biting all the time that I almost lost my **** a few times. We walked up the street past one of the Gaudi houses, then hung a Ralph and walked ...
... join a thousand other people to hear them sing! We lit a candle for Mum and a second one for Rose's first birthday!
While we were up the mountain, we tried a variety of produce including many cheeses, nuts, pate etc. Brought some cheese!!
The view up and down was wonderful and the attached photos do not do it justice.
Home for a well earned rest but this did not stop Carolyn and Sheree who headed out for coffee and a farewell to Bev and Chris.
... only flags that are every flown in this part of the world are the Catalan flags, which have red and yellow stripes. Apparently there is a possibility in the near future that they may have a vote for independence. I do get a bit excited and fascinated when the world map changes or might change, and you never know these things sitting on the other side of the world. In fact, our tour guide told us that every year on the Spanish Independence day ...
... Amanda and I bought an ice cream cone and walked towards to front gate. The outside wall of the park's interior were very pretty. It had little mosaic circles every 100 feet or so, which either said "PARK" or "GUELL". You could see the buildings and the mosaics from the outside.
We still had about an hour to kill, so we stopped at a little cafe that had advertised MOJITOS outside on a sign. We sat down next to a young couple who had a baby eating ...
... you guys, to get your minds salivating for more.
We also got the chance to walk through the Jewish quarters, the Barri Gotic, and get little hints and tips on food (because who doesn't love food, right?).
Right after the tour, we decided to venture to the Sagrada Família. By venture, I mean WALKED. Long story short, I'd advise taking the metro. All the pain, sweat and tears aside... My eyes sprung a leak, upon seeing this remarkable building. ...