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... It was very flavoursome and the duck and sausage were delicious. There were perhaps a few too many beans...Jillian had steak with potato mash and green beans. We had a glass of red each and after our bad experience with coffee in Barcelona, Jillian thought she would try a petite cafe. Although better than in Barcelona, it wasn't great. I abandoned drinking coffee ...
... La Catedral is also in the gothic quarter – another impressive building with interesting gargoyles, and incredible intricate timber choir stalls and pulpit, the crypt tomb of the young martyr Saint Eulalia (who was sentenced to a different torture for every year of her 13 years including having her breasts removed), and the cloisters (my favourite part of churches I’ve decided) that are ruled over by the gander of geese doing a very good job at protecting the church ...
... deal might change our minds that, and going with a group of friends would make it more fun. The one thing I will say though, the staff on the ship were wonderful, everyone from our waiters in the dining room, to the room steward, to the bartenders and event staff did a great job. We are also looking forward to getting together with Wendy and Mark from Berkley, Michigan at some point in the future.
Barcelona greeted us with open arms and we rushed right in.
... enjoyed Spanish food by the sea for dinner. A few drinks later and we were exhausted and ready for bed. Today was a rather short day minus the extensive flights but we were able to make the best of it. Looking forward to a little slower pace tomorrow with boarding the boat, since we got the majority of the sight seeing for Barcelona out of the way.
Hopefully we will have a good internet connection on the boat and will post more later!
... power achieved by Barcelona at the time of the Industrial Revolution: the house Amatller and Morera house.
Then we went to another work of Gaudi "La Pedrera" or house Milla. We did not go inside of any of these because the tickets were too expensive (about €20 per person) but it was still very nice to see all of them at least from the outside.
Subsequently we took the metro again to go to the Sagrada Familia which was the last work of Gaudi and ...