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... been renovated and modernised, re-opening last month. Despite my tiredness, the cold air and the occasional drizzle of rain, after a shower I headed straight off into La Rambla to investigate all the lanes and alleys with the most interesting architecture. Although the main thoroughfares of this city area are very wide there are lots of smaller streets to explore. I think, in common with a lot of Sydneysiders I have a bit of "wide boulevard" envy. ...
... had a barcode to work the turnstile! Fun and interesting, and I had a cup (luckily small) of hot chocolate after - you do not drink Spanish chocolate, you eat it with a spoon! And we also went into a huge church - Eglisia de Santa Maria del Mar and had quite a wander in the historic Gothic old city and all the narrow streets. Then, as museums not on, we walked up to the Sagrada Familia church, taking a long route, as Amr had ...
... tomorrow but I'm thinking it will just be an exterior view for us. The rest of Barcelona was lovely. It's so big, I didn't comprehend how big till I saw it. And so busy too. The harbour is lovely and we had some fun picking on dads boat which would is a dinghy compared to the boats here. It's interesting as Barcelona was said to be 'living with their back towards the sea' as the further away from the water you lived the ...
... computer and we did. I also asked about finding a cheaper way to go to Figueres. He told us all about the AVE high speed train that goes to France but stops in Figueres. We didn’t have time to book it since we wanted to get to the Museu Maritim before it closed. But we were able to book all the sites we are going to tomorrow. Jose spent so much time with us making sure we understood everything. He saved us a good deal of money and time. He suggested we go to Montserrat but we ...
... sun was so perfect and it really helped the ambiance of our Barca
day. We road the bus to the Olympic park which housed the 1992 Olympics and all
the way to the boat harbour where we saw the cruise ship port. It was a crazy
few hours. We got on another bus line after about 3 and ventured to the famous
Sagrada Familia which is famous for Gaudi’s architecture. It was cool because
all of a sudden we turned a corner and BAM it was right in front of you. The