Petit Palace Barcelona
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... city. We should put those objectors on the Hill in Newcastle and those supporting the heavy rail, and send them over here - maybe even leave them here. We jumped off the bus at the home ground of F.C.Barcelona, arguably the greatest football (soccer team) in the world. This was impressive. A museum, a massive merchandise shop and other facilities including restaurants. There would have been over 1,000 people there - bear in mind that it 11 am on ...
... looked pretty happy about. He has been soooo mooey today as his teeth are obviously hurting as they push through. So it's nice to see his little face light up. We got to the shoe shop and purchased Alfred some super cute little shoes, you can see immediately he walks loads better with more support. He a European size 20 and he was flirting with the ladies in the shop. I'm pretty proud of myself as we did the whole thing in Spanish! Whoop whoop!After a ...
We arrived yesterday in the city. We both had a very good sleep on them plane and we were ready for what Barcelona has to offer had to offer. A first visit to our hostel was positive. I'll try to add pictures later. We explored the streets around where we were staying in the Bari Gotic quarter. Really it is the best place to stay. Shortly after that we ...
... bestie Trish and I bought some castanets during the day and made great use of them on the bus coming home after the show giving everyone our version of Flamenco, we thought we were hilarious but others may have wanted to throw our castanets out the window.
Tomorrow we are off to France again this time to Nice, a little undecided if all of Spain has impressed me but it has been a lot of fun and have seen some wonderful sights the last 5 days...adios for ...
... I was also struck by the fact that this wonder of architecture is in some ways so modern and many parts of it do not resemble the religious buildings of previous centuries like Notre Dame, but neither does it resemble the more modern buildings with their sleek designs which I think really sets the Sagrada in a class of it's own. I think I've raved about this building enough now, but given my very non-religious background I think you can take away that for my to have gone on about ...