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... above the square I had a good view but Julie was a bit crowded in and was not happy with some of the photos she was getting.
After the glory of the Aliga it was soon time for Plens. I was still undecided about whether to go closer or even inside the dancing area, although with no partner (Julie was definitely not interested) it wasn't a realistic option. Nonetheless I'd brought a jacket with me, but I had my mind made up for me because as the Plens entered ...
... We all realize that this is not goodbye, merely a see you later! I know without a doubt we are both sad to be leaving Barcelona today, but it just goes to show what a great time we had. This was truly one of the most memorable experiences of my life. I learned so much about myself, other families, and Spanish culture. I know for sure that this will not be our last time in Spain, and today I am trying to focus on ...
... a monastery which was first built in 1025. There's a Cathedral, museums, restaurants and shops for people to visit as well. There are many different hiking trails to choose from and they even provide a sheet with 5 suggested itineraries. I chose the longest and steepest, Itinerary 3: Upper Station of the cable car of Sant Joan - Sant Jeroni - Flat of Els Ocells - Monastery. The views of ...
... what to do. We purchased combined tickets for Montserrat+Aeri. You can also buy tickets for Cremallera (Funicular) if the Aeri (think air, as in through the air) doesn't appeal to you. The total cost was 42 euros for both of us and it included our rail travel to and from Montserrat, the Aeri to and from the monastery, two round-trip Metro cards, and unlimited use of the two funiculars once we arrived.
We had about 45 minutes to kill before the train so we walked (and walked ...
Hola! I think that today is our last full day in Barcelona. The three of us -- Pav, Matua, and I -- will chat tonight and decide if we´re leaving tomorrow morning or tomorrow afternoon or if we´re just going to stick around for another night as well. I´m finding more to like about Barcelona the longer I stay, but seriously the street thing is about as distressing as it can get. So now the meat. One of the things Pav did before we hit Spain was to check in with people ...