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... Once back down we have time for a quick stop at the gift shop for postcards then onto the gage train where we get some of the last seats left. The train back to Barcelona is going to be packed! Good thing we are the first stop on the way back. Those people from the aerial tram will have to stand. Even when we get on, we have to fight to get seats but we do. It is a hot, packed ride back to Barcelona.
We decide to take ...
We finally arrived in Barcelona, left Perth at 2200 Sunday night, after a couple of drinks with Michael and Deb at the airport, they were travelling Business class so we didn't get to see them on the plane, we will catch up in Barcelona though.
Flights were good, a lot better in economy than I thought, the A380 is the only way to go. Plenty of leg room, on the first leg had the row to ourselves so we could stretch out a bit. ...
... I've been with either Jenni or friends for the past few weeks. It's also due to having less than three weeks to go, so I'm being far less careful with my spending. Although I did have ham and cheese sandwiches for dinner, so I don't feel quite so guilty.
PS - There is a very loud, very foul mouthed, elderly North American lady in the hostel lounge having a massive rant about "some ******* ****". It's rather ...
... testicles and so on. Ok you might want to skip the last few items. Then we headed round the corner for cake. This was a bit of a birthday treat for Deb as we went to a little cafe called Escriba Rambla which makes amazing cakes and chocolate confectionery. After and with the rain having stopped we headed back down the Las Ramblas to the maritime museum. This was closed when we were here three years ago, but today it was open. For a modest entrance fee you get to see some ...
... with a most beautiful monastery, all brooded over by hulking hills with rounded tops, a little bit like the fairy chimneys in Turkey. I took the funicular up to the top of the world (with only a small proportion of the rest of the world for company) and up there was pretty special indeed. Back in town we visited the lovely monastery, wherein there is a black madonnas, who seems to have some special significance for ...