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Travel Blogs from Barcelona
... a very exciting game to watch – the actual game playing as well as the stadium full of cheering fans. We couldn’t help but join in the cheering and jumping!
Over the week the Ye’s were in Barcelona we toured some iconic Gaudi architectural sites including the Sagrada Familia (the cathedral that is still being built but is scheduled to be finished around 2030, over 100 years after it was begun), Park Guell and La Pedrera. At La ...
... it was worth it and most of us decided to go back to the hostel while others ventured towards the beach in search of a club there.
My second day in Barcelona was Bridget's last but we did our own things because Bridget had spent most of the morning skyping home. While she went to the sagrada familia and arc de triumph, I wandered the gothic quarter and visited lots of alternative shops. We then met in the afternoon and did an alternative walking tour together. The ...
... s. We spent a fair bit of time there. After we came down, we went on the bus to the old palace gardens which were beautiful and very peaceful. It was quite warm so we sat in the shade near the fountains and watched the parrots fly around. Back to the centre of town and we walked around the beautiful Old Gothic Quarter for a while soaking up the warmth and the atmosphere among the narrow streets and old buildings. Back to our local area ...
Our ship did not dock until after 9am and the first call for passengers to leave the ship came about 10am. This delay gave us an opportunity to once again catch up on a little sleep. We had heard that that this would be a full day of sightseeing in Barcelona. Were they ever right! As soon as we finished breakfast we caught a local port bus that transported us into the city. We immediately spied the hop-on, hop-off bus and ...
... National Museum were. It was very dissapointing that there were very few decent views as the many plane trees? which line both sides of the street obscured the views so it was difficult to see the buildings. Of course the trees gave the area a lovely setting and provided much needed shade for people on the ground who could move beyond the tree line to get unobstructed views out over the city and of the facilities. The tour wound its way past ...
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