Travel Blogs from Salt
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... the very crazy theatre museum of Dali! You leave there with a whirlwind of images from his I would think his own world, a dream place he called it. He was a weird man! From paintings to sculptures to very exquisite jewellery pieces, the man was definitely not short of ...
Barcelona. What a huge city. You could walk those streets for hours and only see a very small part of it. We headed towards the Sagrada Familia, that place from the outside is pretty impressive I'm not sure what the inside looked like because the cost of the ticket and the line put together put me off but Emma, Henry and Nicky went in and said it was cool so that's good. Maybe I'll go back another time. All the big ...
... the oven for heating the water.
We wandered around the old town taking photos and growing increasingly hit so we headed back to our lovely hotel and sat out he hot part of the day using internet and rehydrating. It was nice to relax for a while as it has been very full on since we left home.
In the evening we explored the Call which was the Jewish quarter in medieval times. It is ...
... and explaining the town. The hotel is in an old building in the old town within sight of the Cathedral. The room is huge and the wifi works very well even in the room. The room was not quite ready and so we. Decided to go to get a lunch on the square across the river in the new town.
We all love Girona it is beautiful and very atmospheric with medieval buildings and some go it's old wall. We wandered very happily finding the bridge where people take ...
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