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... wrong way down the last two one way streets. But he got us there safely.
Instead of heading out to explore as we would usually do, we stayed in our room so Ruth could rest. Our hotel, the Hotel Barcelona Catedral is just around the corner from the main Cathedral. Our room was quiet, comfortable, with plenty of storage space, free Wi Fi and helpful ...
... Frequently you are in a maze of containers and you can't see anything around you. Fortunately the port at Barcelona separates the passenger ships from the cargo ships so we could see all of the ships lined us. Norwegian Jade, Regent Mariner and several others were all lined up as well as ours, the Oceania Marina. Getting on board took a little time with all the security but we finally got in and were directed to ...
... trip here I had, much like a drill sergeant, literally planned every second of every day (back to my first post!) to make sure that we saw everything one needs to see. Coming back I had a decent feel for the city. I knew the layout. I knew I liked it and was now ready to spend some time getting to know its nuances, poking around some of its dark little corners and it was glorious. The first night I arrived and checked into my good-value (best I ...
So I can 't believe this is my last week :((( Such a bummer, there is so much more I want to do and see! I do feel so blessed to be able to have experienced this.
This week I've been trying to see some of the monuments again. Went and ate in front of the Sagrada Familia. Took a tour bus around the south side of the city where the 1992 Olympics were held.(really cool) Did a little shopping. Got some Tapas. Over all, fantastic.
Last night I went to ...
... We sat among the heavy crowd, served a complimentary glass of sangria and as the lights dimmed, the music came to life, thumping against our ribcages, singing a song of history and life. The lyrics, though in Catalan, rang deep from the emotional singers and dancers of the show. A true Flamenco dance, in its rarest form, will bring tears to the eyes of those strong at heart. I myself have never seen ...