Hostal NITZS BCN
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... amusement park (no rides.) It was originally built for a World's Fair and was later moved here. It's like a little village of shops each with a facade from some part of Spain and different time periods. We did not take the headphones since each facade is clearly marked. Phony, but interesting, with so many wonderful shops. I especially liked one of the fan shops and spent a lot of time talking with the saleswoman. While we were talking a woman ...
... feeling passageway. There were columns made from rock... none were smooth. some had stalagtite type of rocks sticking out of them. This area had a baroque feel to it and was probably my favorite area architecturally.The whole passageway looked like a big wave and Amanda snapped a picture of me pretending to surf through it.
In general, the park was amazing. I don't think i have ever truly appreciated this form of architecture before, nor had I heard of Gaudi.
... point in the future.
Another day at sea ensued and we played a few trivia games at the bar, saw The Great Gatsby at the theater and, big surprise, visited the buffet!
This is a relatively remote port in France and getting to the sights required some train travel. We were feeling lazy and joined an excursion to Aix-en-Provence, a typical French town. While on the bus we noticed some snow flurries, this was the first time ...
... different Tapas Bars and gave us discounted/free tapas and drinks. We got to try a lot of really good tapas and drinks, really glad we did that! At the last place we got to take a go at "purron"s.. A vase-looking thing filled with alcoholic beverage that you hold far away and try to drink without spilling. Apparently it's a big tradition in Spain, and was a lot of fun! On the tour we also met two English folk, and all of us (Americans and Canadians as well) went to a bar to hang out ...
... Barcelona consisted of doing all the wrong things. Walking down Las Ramblas, bumming around the Gothic barrio and cruising the waterfront and beach. While it sounds appealing, it's the same thing that every other visitor to Barcelona is instructed to do. Combine that with the fact that on a Sunday, the number of visitors to the city is doubled and you have a recipe for misery. If we had left Barcelona at the end of yesterday, our impression of ...