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... makes the trip. Amazing and funny night.... We had a race back to the bus against another tour group, Globus... We were neck and neck at the 'don't walk' sign....but we won and gave the other bus heaps as we drove off first. Calvin came on the microphone and said, "Please be nice to that group, I'm trying to ask the tour guide on a date." Well...the bus erupted. And he couldn't have told a nicer bunch of people...everyone gave him the benefit of their experience. I am ...
Woke up proper early aaaaaand.......
Got metro to bus station
Got bus to train station
Got plane from Paris to Gerona
Got bus to Barcelona
Got 2 metros to hostel
Phew that's a lot of getting on an off stuff!!!
We arrived at the hostel, ice pops in hand and it seemed like a weird dream. On the way up the steps there was spanish music blaring and through the window on the right there was a pensioner salsa party!
... beach on the Mediterranean. We stopped for Italian Gellato and then headed back up Las Ramblas and back to our hotel after a lot of meandering through streets. Gellato is Italian ice cream – very tasty. Again, the scoops are, to an American mind, quite small, but go along with eating moderate amounts of food in Spain. The Spaniards know how to eat!
Will post more pictures tomorrow!
... of the legs. Next stop we arrived in windy Barcelona. A new Prius cab took us to our hotel in L' Eixample area. Turns out it is high end shopping with the likes of Gucci and Carolina Herrera. Also a La Perla shop next to a maternity shop. One to get you into trouble and one to cover the trouble your in. From the roof of our hotel you can see Gaudi's La Pedrera and Sagrada Familia. We walked through streets watching the people and looking for a little cafe that ...
... work inside the building was complete. Looked like the who's who of the catholic church got dressed in their very best for the day and had a great time. I suppose this sort of event doesn't come around very often in a life of a pope these days?
Perhaps another visit in 20 years will show a more complete Gaudi Cathedral?
Our walk back to the apartment took a few detours as we passed the Plaza de ...