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... and time that was dedicated into creating these timeless marvels. After our dinner of paella and wine we made our way to the flamenco dancing show which was very impressive in its own right.
Having seen and done what we set out to do and see we figured another beach day wouldn't hurt. Eating when we were hungry and drinking when we were thirsty I couldn't have picked a better was to ...
Back on the road again! A shorter route today from Barcelona to Girona via Figueres (to check out the Dali museum). We've told the GPS to avoid toll roads, so it is taking a bit longer than the most direct route, but we might also get to see some nicer countryside, plus save on dollars! We’re not far from France here (less than 30km I think), so have basically driven across the whole of Espana!
Our 5 nights in BCN have been filled with lots of walking, weird and ...
After 6 train changes which again meant we didn't have to spend much more money (just a few Euro's for seat reservations) we arrived into Barcelona in the middle of the night we settled into our 12 bed dorm! It was straight to bed as we made a few plans for the next morning.
For our first day in Barcelona and Spain we tagged along onto a free walking tour, this turned out to be a great decision as we learnt a lot along the way as well as ...
... the city square and passeig de gracia which had armani, guess, Tiffanys etc. Stopped by the two buildings designed by Gaudi.
Finished our stay in Barcelona with dinner and a flamenco show. Dinner was very nice including the sangria (its too easy to drink). Now for some sleep and an early start tomorrow as we head to ...
We started our day by having breakfast at home and going grocery shopping. Afterwards, it was time to play tourist and join a free walking tour of Barcelona.
We met the tour group at the Jaume plaza, not far the apartment. Our tour guide, a Catalonian- born, Ireland educated women took us on a walk through Barcelona's gothic quarter, Jewish quarter and through lesser-known paths.
She enticed us with ...