Travel Blogs from Puigcerda
On the third day in Barcelona, I did a bit of self exploration. I went back to La Rumbla and the market and purchased a nicely crafted shoulder bag which fit my water bottle in nicely. I then finally enjoyed some paella for lunch at the market. Now all I need to do is eat some tapas and all food achievements will be made. I had decided to wear my new sandals for the first time today. I had searched for ages for a pair that looked okay and were comfortable for lots of walking in back ...
... tour, heard about the book "A Stroll With Mr Gaudi" from a young couple who'd bought it for their 2yr old daughter, currently being looked after by grandparents in Germany. Thought that as it was available in english, something different for Emma. Turns out the book was only available in Gaudi stores, and these are buried within Gaudi buildings. Being a resourceful and determined grandmother (what grandmother isn't), managed to talk my way into the Casa Batllo via ...
... at your speed, it's weird. When I find that happens, I pretend to study a building or take a picture or duck into a store. There are always a lot of people around in Barcelona, just too many tourist. So it's ok to just stop moving. But I tend to do it next to something, like a pole, or a kiosk, something next to me so someone can't just pull my bag off and run. A little paranoid, yeah, but I don't want to come back with a horror story. I heard some from friends ...
... was merely a heavy drizzle by that stage. We were terribly weary on our return trip & struggled home on sore feet, stopping for coffee & pastries at our fav cafe. We fell onto the bed to rest & recoup before dragging our tired ***** out for dinner close by. Our new plan is to rest & relax on the next leg of our journey, to allow feet to recoup & to chill out. It will be cooler again in San Sebastian which will help to reenergise the weary ...
... upon hundreds of people waiting for some type of Easter tradition or ceremony to begin. The sheer size of the crowd meant that we couldn't really walk through this part of the city; there is no way that our group of 60 would make it through without getting separated. Nevertheless, we agreed that this could be a neat experience for the students and we elected to stay and watch a bit. In a very slow procession, a float made its way through the square. On top of the float was ...
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