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After a pleasant, culturally rich trip to Roma, I embarked on my final leg onto sunny Barcelona. Or as I would later find out, Antoni Gaudi's Barcelona. Buy the "Barcelona Smart guide" map/guide, it'll serve you well.
Now, I know summers in spain can be brutal, but nothing could have prepared me for how hot it was. I mean, it was flipping …
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All sorted and down to meet Esther who was on Spanish time today. We headed for the cathedral, stopping for pix at the other side of the Palau de la Musica Catalona first. While a service was going on, the area at the back of the cathedral was cordoned off, available for taking pix; a nice compromise. The expanse of Gothic arches never fails to grip your attention. There were some fine examples of stained glass ...
... br> Jenny has a new travel ritual in that any time we travel to a new beach destination, she draws a heart in the sand and writes the name of the place inside the heart. Today was no different, though it took three tries for her to scribble it, photograph it, and run before the waves got her, but after quite a few laughs, she finally succeeded! We loitered on the beach for a while, watching the surfers and giggling at the tourists trying to take selfies while ...
... 25 for the taxi - 7 from German girl = 27.40 SOOOOOOOOOOO it was more than if I took a taxi direct and way more drama. Either way, I made it to the hotel and it was nice. It had a big clean bathtub, a TV with the only English channel CNN, a swimming pool and sauna. It was in the city of Prat and so after I dropped off all of my stuff, I went to go walk around. There wasn't anything open and I thought how sad that so many businesses ...
... it to be very hot I'm excited to see who many people turn up. During the week it was a little empty. We pulled up at the camp ground, woah, this placed is packed to the rafters. Holy cow! No more sleepy Cudrefin, it's transformed into a mini party town. Tents, beer, dogs, children, Kombi vans, families, grey nomads the whole lot were here to soak up the sun while it lasted. The locals still look at me funny when I, a little bit before dusk go running bare foot ...