Hostal La Palmera
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... the tour where we began. Anna wanted to do some shopping, but when we finally started to duck into various department stores and such, we both realized we were too tired and hot to deal with the crowds, so we headed back to the hotel to cool off in our rooms. I took advantage of the time to make reservations for our final communal meal of the trip, while everyone else slowly trickled back from their afternoon of exploring.
... up a storm. We just went for a couple of quiet ones tonight as we have an early start tomorrow. Day 7 - Nice (French Riviera): Another long bus ride today but we travelled through the French Alps and saw the beautiful snowy mountains! Simmo got a little canada sick as we saw people still snowboarding down the slopes. Our bus driver Zoli who as I write this told an awesome Dad joke, took all of the hairpin turns like a champ and got us to Andorra safety. Andorra was our lunch ...
... get into the area, though you are free to spend as much time as you like in the area once inside. My ticket is for 10:00 so I get there at that time and spend about 45 minutes inside the area, following Rick Steve's tour of the area. Front entrance flanked by two Gingerbread looking houses that look like they belong in a Hans Christian Anderson story. The whole thing is quite impressive, Gaudi had clearly taken his time in designing the area. ...
... very central, right off Las Ramblas.
As we are still on Singapore time we woke up way to early at 5.30am, in a place that does not come alive until at least 11am.
We wandered the streets and found our way to the awesome La Sagrada Familia. Even the kids were wowed by the size of this extraordinary church.
On the walk back we stumbled upon a mass of people waving Spanish flags and celebrating their national ...
... hand, I also got to speak with several people who were pro-independence. These were some taxi drivers in Catalunya and also some people I spoke to in Madrid (of course). The argument these people gave me is that Spain is dragging Catalunya down with them, given their hard recession, rising unemployment and diminishing investments. They think that, because Catalunya has the biggest GDP in all of Spain, and is even larger than the average in the EU, they ...