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As Sunday is free day in Barcelona, I hit up a couple of museums to make the most of this. The first was Palau Guell. I arrived about 40 minutes before it opened, croissant, coffee and some fruit in hand, to eat my way through the wait. Arriving early was a very good idea as the queue quickly assembled. The inside of Palau Guell was pretty cool. It's difficult to describe, but definitely worth a visit. The attention to detail throughout the house was amazing. One of the best rooms ...
... some photos to Dropbox. Off to the Flamenico tonight at Tableau Cordovez at the end of La Rambler ready to go around 8:00pm then to show. Show starts about 8:15pm for an 1hr. Deb from Hoppers Crossing advised that TravelPod is a blog for IPad. Three famous artists Dali, Miro & ...... Tomorrow going to Nice: Breakfast 6:45 Suitcase 6:40 Leave ...
... to pick the best bands or highlights. Our first night we started old school with James, then we saw Ellie Goulding and Tinie Tempah. (This is a test remembering it all!) Night two was a good one - we started with Razorlight and then Tom Odell, Jake Bugg and Kasabian - who were amazing. The third night was quieter for us especially after how good the previous night was, but we still saw Katy B, Lily Allen, Libertines and Example. And then the final night we just raved ...
... cracks us both up in a second, and we are both just as close as our moms are.
While sitting at the airport I managed to upload pictures to the blog post with the free wifi, and upload new posts. It was a very productive and fun day for being stuck in an airport.
Finally it was four and we were on our plane. The ride was only 45 minutes, in which every minute was used for sleep. After arriving we took an airport bus to a plaza close to our ...
... was busy on his phone and I noticed he was mid Candy Crush game.
I apologised, as I could see he was in the zone and struggling.
We exchanged tortured Candy Crusher nods of understanding.
"It's a bad one... what level are you on?"
"Oh, I yam goin' to geev e tup. Ees bat."
"Yeah, it's tragic."
We both knew he wouldn't.
Another oddity is the need for a gin and tonic on a flight. It is not a drink I have very often, but it is strangely top of the list on ...