Las Ramblas Apartments III
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... Wales and were waiting in the pub to watch the Wales v. England rugby game. Needless to say…they had all had quite a bit of alcohol, but we stayed there for about 2 hours, dying laughing at these guys! Once we had our fill of some crude Welsh humor, we headed back and took a 45 minute nap!
Friday night was our "crazy" night out! Barcelona is crazy because night life doesn’t ...
Everything La MercŤ, starts or finishes in 'our square' Placa de Sant Jaume. Everything. With a flourish or a bang, or both. Really loudly. The noise in the square reverberates and the solid walls of the apartment shake. All components of the history and the festival are on show tonight and each part has a small time on stage and a dance to perform, the 'dansa Sardana'.
The blunderbusses are the first out of the town hall, and it is this ...
... began to worry. My human response is
to go with left brain planning within an inch of my life. But that didn’t feel
aligned with my broader intentions for the journey, and after a few
discouraging inquiries I made a bold decision. I am going to Barcelona without
known specifics. I need to leave room
for the Divine to help, via wonderful people, and to continue to clarify what I
want from this segment. My connections so far have been ...
... as the wait was too long we thought to head back to the hotel so on our way back we grabbed some wonderful souvenirs from a corner shop just down the road from Park GuŽll they had pieces and statues with the same design as the park.
Heading back to the hotel we decided to relax for a few hours as we was exhausted of walking too much.
In the evening we went to our favourite Italian restaurant in Barcelona Gino's ...
Had a lazy start to the day and didn't get out until 12:30 and headed towards Parc Horta which has some great botanical gardens and a maze in the middle.
We've been here a few years ago but this time left the metro station from the right and came out nearby. Last time we wandered about for half an hour before finally finding it, worse than being in the bloody maze. We paid our entry fee €2.23?? What sort of amount is that?
It's very relaxing walking around the ...