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... be for much longer.
Later that evening we saw an AMAZING view from our terrace. We got a great look-out of the sunset, over the Montjuïc Hill, where we could see the famous sites where the 1992 olympics took place. We also could see the top of the Palau Güell, a palace designed also by Gaudí for an industrial tycoon named Eusebi Güell.
We walked down Las Ramblas all the way to the beach and came across the Maremagnum Mall. This mall is ...
... for them. Good on SNCF for laying on the buses but there was a lack of info at the station. We were amongst the last on the full buses but happy to have a seat and our bags safely stowed. On the subject of bags, they aren't getting lighter and we will need another suitcase before flying again. Craig tries to stop people from picking up the bags indicating to them that the bags are heavy. Today a man at the hotel moved a bag and turned to Ang and said "house" in ...
... 16 sided and eventually circular as they branch and reach the ceiling. The ornamentation is comprehensive and rich consisting in large part of abstract shapes which combine smooth curves and jagged points. The building is possibly, and probably, in bad taste and, in parts, ugly (George Orwell famously called it "one of the most hideous buildings in the world"), yet it is so creative, handled with such vitality and ruthless audacity that, as a whole, it is breathtaking! No one ...
... there to help. My spanish is ******, at best, but lucklily people have had mercy on me butchering their native language.
So I have never written a blog before, but I assume you are supposed to tell everyone what you have been up to. First off, I have done A LOT of praying. When you have no clue what you are doing, sometimes it is best to just put it all in God´s hands. When I got to Barcelona, I tried to contact my family to tell them I was ok. The airport ...
... where we found a little cafe where Mardi was determined to eat fish to cleanse her palate! Food was really good as was the cava which is the Spanish equivalent to champagne...... Nice!
After visiting Montserrat and having a rest we ventured back out into Central Barcelona walking by Arc de Triomf and then on to Catedral Barri Gotic where there was a massive Easter festival procession ........ By massive, I mean massive. Hundreds of ...