Petit Palace Barcelona
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That night we wanted away from both Spanish food ...
... sock on the beach and where Jenna handed out towels to the homeless people. To say the least, it was a night for the books! Running on not a single minute of sleep, we hopped in a taxi and headed to breakfast, ran a few errands, and then straight to the airport to catch our flight. I slept the whole flight/bus ride home and now that I'm back in my own bed I will be sleeping for a straight 24 hours, or at least until the chocolate festival tomorrow! Night Night Y'all!
... Market in Valencia, a big warehouse-like space housing stalls selling meat, fish, veggies, fruits, and etc. Supposedly largest, freshest in all of Europe. Wow. Meh. Monday there's no seafood and tapas, so missed that, but I may return another day. Catalan is the primary language in Barcelona. It's more similar to French than Spanish. However, people here speak Spanish as well. In Barcelona, there are Spanish with many different accents. Lots of immigrants ...
... I've had a text from Jane saying there was a four hour queue for
Goudi's masterpiece so she has given up on that and is clearly
walking - somewhere. (Note: I did try to buy a ticket for her for
today but sadly the sites wifi crashed and I was unable to do so,
hence the four hour queue....)
camped – again on a lovely beach, this time no nakedness! - about
20 kilometres south of the city. We ...
... that this chapel backed-up to the much-larger main cathedral of the monastery, where the front of the statue was exposed high above the altar, and pilgrims filed through a line throughout the church continuously throughout the day to venerate it. The little
chapel was one of our most beautiful yet: gold was everywhere, and the size of the chapel was small and intimate, yet adorned to truly inspire. Kris was the ...
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