NH Porta de Barcelona
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Last night I met my fellow travellers. There are 27 of us here in Barcelona and most of them are around my age. We have a Belgian (Flemish) cruise director, named Gunther, right through to the last day in Paris. When we embark on the first ship on Saturday on the Rhone River there will be 72 of us, which is great as the ship holds 142. However when we get on the same size ship on the Rhine River the following Saturday there will be 96 guests. Today I woke to lovely blue ...
... worked out the system - including the fact that only one of us was supposed to go through the turnstile! We both ran through and set off an alarm! Just kept walking. Tonight we are just going to go downstairs for a tapas and glass of wine as tomorrow it's the challenge of the fast train to Madrid! Heaven forbid that we make it one piece and in the right town! I'll check in tomorrow night to let you know where we ended up. Adios ...
... It happened so quickly, we looked up and there it was! But I had to get a photo! So Daniel and I pretended we'd dropped something 20 metres further back, and doubled back on ourselves. Then we turned around again and snapped away! I also got it on video! Once that excitement settled, we headed upstairs at the bull ring and found a Spanish restaurant for real, classic seafood paella! We ordered a serving for three, and begrudgingly three beers as well, and enjoyed reflecting on ...
... we took a different bus route and hopped off at Sagrada Familia, the church designed by Gaudi, the work of which consumed him for the rest of his life. Words can hardly describe this cathedral; it is unbelieveable. People there in throngs! In the afternoon we went to see the Casa Batllo. Antoni Gaudi reformed this house between 1904 and1907 and it is quite remarkable. As it turns out, it is just around ...
... for all ages and abilities. The kids were drawn to try a wheel chair obstacle course and we found a neat cookie shop for a little snack on route. Of course there was a line up at the museum but not too long and it passed quickly with street musicians to entertain us. The Unique thing about this museum it that it had a very large collection of Picasso's early works before he developed his more known 'cubism' style. It was actually very interesting to see how talented he was as a ...