Hostal Central Barcelona
Travel Blogs from Barcelona
... tourist languages. I chewed on a sandwich while overlooking the city, and I was happy.
I was hopping from rock to rock and Edward Sharpe's "Home" came on (RAC remix, all of my music sharing friends - get on that.) I started to think of home and what home meant to me. Sure, I guess my family means home. Maybe my friends. My house? I'm not even so sure anymore.
I have tremendous love for everyone back in New York (it's probably unhealthy how much I ...
... thing and checked out Gaudi's stuff. All very fascinating although we found the dozens of Indians peddling everything from fans to jewellery in the famous Park Guell rather tasteless. Can't understand why the authorities let it happen. Here Gaudi used colourful mosaics and various stone configurations to construct an elaborate playground with interesting paths, caves, arches in a vast garden settling. It's a place to visit in the off ...
... at a cafe for some tapas and a glass of wine.We caught the bus back to the ship and got there about 4-30pm. The ship sailed at 5-30.
We dined in the Asian restaurant on board, the Tamarind. This was a nice change with lovely food and a good view of the harbour as we were departing.
I am enjoying life on board and getting into the rhythm of life here. I will return to Barcelona as there is still much to see there!
Will add photos later!
... for a little adventure!! We only had three little very minor mishaps, once turning up the wrong way of a one way street which saw me have to jump out and push us back (there is no reverse option in the Gocar), another time that we thought we had turned down the wrong side of a main intersection after following the GPS’s instructions, which actually turned out to be that we were correct and another where a car braked ...
... the square. And then a Spanish/polka/reggae band came out. It was pretty great.
Ahh, before I forget, Happy Canada, we tried to find poutine here but it was harder to do than you may believe. Then we thought we would make our own poutine but finding gravy is even hard. So we had to settle for a different Canadian classic, the falafel.
Oh, guess how much beer is here at the supermarket, $1.32 for a 6 ...
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