NH Les Corts
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... it became pretty chilly. I slept for a bit just to get out of the wind. In the Arvo we docked at an island called Paxos. It turned out to be a beautiful afternoon. We all just chilled out drinking and playing cards in the Sun. Day 16 - sailing islands of Greece: next day was a full day of sailing to Corfu. It was perfect weather for a sail today and we put the anchor in the middle to jump off for a swim. The water was bloody freezing but we still jumped off to freshen up. The water ...
... items checked off! That night, we had an Argentinian dinner and went to an amazing cocktail bar - No. 9. We hit the bed early and Kevin and I got up the next morning to do a 7 mile run up to the Park Guell, an amazing lookout over the entire city of Barcelona. After our run, we checked out, did a little shopping - or window shopping before leaving the 60 degree weather to head skiing!
We will definitely be back to Barcelona and would recommend it to ...
... Rambla to a park. The marina is a pretty cool place and seems to be pretty popular as it sits right at the end of La Rambla. Seeing all the boats, especially the sail boats, reminded me of Mexico and my grand parents a little. There were so many different ships and boats from cruise ships to huge yachts and tiny sail boats, even some ships that were used to take videos of hundred year old shipwrecks. We left the marina and headed for a park that was close by, stopping for some kettle ...
... which resembles something a Dutchman may design if he had just visited one of those "fun" Amsterdam cafés. The house was built for the Amatller family with connections to the Low Countries (hence the Dutch influence) and the letter "a" motif is repeated everywhere including the exterior facade of the house itself. And then we come to the third house on the block - Casa Lleo Morera. Unlike the other two houses on the block, the owners of Lleo Morera went with a ...
... for a little before heading back (via bus of course).
The next morning we headed out with Aunty Hazel for some more site seeing. She first took us to San Josep market which is a huge covered outdoor market on the Rambla selling everything from fruit to fish. It was unlike anything I’ve ever seen. Everything is so festively laid out into a well organized explosion of color that the entire place is quite a treat for the ...