Petit Palace Barcelona
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... I was so excited Tuesday night because dad was scheduled to be coming in around midnight. I met him at the bus drop and was so delighted to see a face from home! We called it a night, knowing we had a lot to do the next day! In the morning we went to the impressive Barcelona cathedral, then joined a free walking tour around old town where we learned quite a bit of the history from the city. After lunch we went on another walking tour of Gaudi's ...
... he was run over by a tram which resulted in his death in 1926. Since then, other architects have continued according to his original ideas. It is due to be finished in 2052, what would be Gaudi's 200th birthday. The church is simply amazing! Its stained glass windows refract the colours of the rainbow yet it's light and bright and draws every nationality and religion to witness its incredible design slowly being revealed over the years. On ...
... from my studio. Picked up essentials like shampoo, tp and toothpaste, then easily made my way home. Mission accomplished!
I Discover that Maybe a Week Waiting Period is Wiser
Last year's Italy adventure had a week's buffer before I started two weeks, rather than three weeks of language training, and perhaps that is the wiser plan as I am still suffering from jet lag, have started a new diet plan and feeling a ...
... to the toilet." Quick as a flash Video Girl replied, "do you want me to hold your stuff?" "Thank-you for the offer but I have been going to the toilet by myself for a long time now and I don't need any assistance, you frisky minx." he replied heading towards the gents, thinking to himself, "Now I know how the Customs Officer with the explosives scanner felt at Tullamarine Airport." On Battery Boy's return from another successful visit to the toilet ...
... took us to Catalunya Square. On the first night here, I had spotted a friend's Facebook status which said she was in Barcelona for a few days. We had made contact and agreed to meet in the cocktail bar of their hotel. Well done Bookface!
I had vaguely looked it up online and decided Hotel Ohla would be pretty easy to find.
It wasn't the best idea to head off into the little alleys first, though, specially as I had got the time ...