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Continued our journey in Barcelona and visited Park Guell. The park was to be a residential development of about 60 homes designed by Gaudi. Only two homes were built and it was never finished.
Gaudi lived in the house from the early 1900s until he died in 1925. Had the opportunity to tour the house which had some of the furniture he …
Left Madrid for a five and a half hour drive to Barcelona. Arrived in Barcelona at around 4pm and went on a tour of the city. The highlight was seeing the buildings designed by Gaudi and the Sagrada Familia Cathedral which was also designed by Gaudi. The cathedral never finished before Gaudi died in 1926 from a tram accident. Gaudi never saw it …
... sold out, and the chain switched me to the Soho). The breakfast buffet normally costs a eye-popping 14 euros ($18.20), so it was nice to get that for free.
My next task was to stock up on soda before boarding Voyager. Cruiseships do not include soft drinks in the price of your ticket, and the costs for buying fountain soda on board is ludicrous. After my first cruise six years ago, I learned to buy soda cans in the departure port city to avoid being ripped off on the ship. ...
... made sure there was nothing for me to do…
Friday morning I had language school which was nice. I do like going to language school, there was a very nice guy there who I got chatting to called Mohammed. He’s living in France at the moment trying to find a job, and trying to get citizenship. It all sounded very complicated. I’m quite glad that I don’t have to do any of that!
Anyway, back to my list. I got letters from ...
... restaurant Can Travi Nou. The restaurant host seated us, in a
rustic, charming, and inviting dining room with an antique cabinet filled with china and bottles of spiced olive oil on one side, and barn-size wooden-frame glass doors on the opposite side. The doors were open and we could feel the Barcelona balmy and crisp air. Just outside
the doors was the ambrosial green terrace with ornate stone tiles. The terrace overlooked the hill with houses perching on ...
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