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... beautiful and clear. We are glad we jumped in. Corfu is an awesome little town full of small trinket shops and those T-shirt shops that you can iron on your own slogan. It is our bus drivers 40th birthday tomorrow so we bought him a to that read 'I'm not 40, I'm 18 with 22 years experience. Tonight was another drinking session with a pretty full on game of ******** and plenty of laughs! Day 17 - sailing in Greece: Happy Birthday Zoli the bus driver! We got a sleep in this morning as ...
... Brittany on the way. There is a hill not far from the shoreline in Barcelona, this was a part of the park we decided to visit. As we began walking up steps I don't think we knew what we were getting into. Each time you reached what seemed to be the "top" was another set of stairs or walk way leading up hill. We finally reached the top where an old fort sat with lookouts for what seemed to be hundreds of miles of ocean horizon. I imagine this was a place to see potential ...
... baroque style of decoration on the facade that incorporated things like Greek temple-like bay windows; plasterwork of flowers, animals, dragons; and pastel tile work adorned the outside facade. Just screams "subtle" right? Yes, the block of Discord lives up to its name. Finally we made our way down to the Placa de Catalunya, which symbolically divides the city into north (newer part) and south (older part). Today was another holiday in Catalunya, and the square was ...
On our first night we had a long walk through the town up to the Sagrada Familia to have a look at the Basilica from the outside. We then checked out the local restaurants and dined in the square not far from our hotel. The Paella was delicious. Eating with the locals out under the trees and watching young future soccer champions practice their ball skills was a real treat. We had a city tour with a local guide who pointed ...
... place truly felt like a fireworks display of food. Even though it was crowded (everything in the tourist areas of Barcelona are crowded), the the market had a wonderfully festive atmosphere and it was the most relaxed time we’d had so far being tourists. The market was an ideal place to walk around, sniff around and buy some unique souvenirs.
After eating a quick lunch at one of the stalls we decided to go see the #1 attraction ...