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On our way to catch up with Sondra in Berlin, we stopped off in Barcelona for two days to catch up with John and Jeanette Turner. Friends we had met on our annual camping holiday at Crescent Head, on the beautiful north Coast of NSW. It was purely good timing in that John and Jeannette were in Barcelona for a few days prior to boarding their cruise ship in Barcelona. It was only a one hour trip from Alicante, a bit like ...
... to a park to relax in the shade for a bit. Then when we left we saw the park had an amazing fountain!
Then it was time to see the Segrada Familia. This is a large Roman Catholic church designed by Gaudi and is amazing to see. It is still not finished and there is constant work going on. The church was set on fire during the Civil War and the original plans were lost so the construction is based on what was salvaged of Gaudi's original models. ...
... could find). trains were crazy busy with soccer crowds, so it was all a bit of an 'experience' catching the train at that time of night with our our luggage.
Checked into our hotel, which is very nice indeed, nice big rooms, then walked up the street to find somewhere that was still serving food near the hotel. Found a joint run by Chinese people, so we had our first meal of ...
... been made since then. The engineering involved is unbelievable as is the fact that there have been no deaths during its construction so far. (Almost unbelievable???)
The next stop was "The Cathedral of the Holy Cross and Saint Eulalia, also known as Barcelona Cathedral. It is the Gothic cathedral and seat of the Archbishop of Barcelona, Spain.
Next stop was to Plaza Catalunya, a city square and market. It was interesting to see the locals when touring ...
... of Barcelona, in the old quarter called - "Gothic Quarter". It is really busy throughout the day and night, and is a famous meeting point for tourists. There are many restaurants, shops, markets, antique shops and souvenir shops. Every day more than 150,000 people walk along this street and you have to be really careful with your bags and belongings. The main feature of the Rambla Street is that it's divided into avenues ...