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... always been some major challenge where I was certain I was permanently out of business from the getgo!)
It's a Lost Cause
Of course, I have to keep some annoying Gretchen characteristics, in which everywhere I go, I leave something important behind--not someone grant you--it just applies to things, though I do suppose many of you may feel left behind, it is not my intent, but I simply cannot fit you all in my studio even if I wanted to! For things left ...
... the inaugural "Taste of Barcelona in La Rambla, showcasing forty two of Barcelona's finest restaurants. A gastronomic stroll in La Rambla tasting signature haute cuisine to tapas to the most colourful traditional dishes, pastries, wines and cavas.
The travel blog circumstances of this day may be fictional but the food and wine was real and absolutely delicious.
Now back to the travel fantasy. As they stand in La Rambla it is now six ...
... through Friday. In this country, (We're Number One!) we learn to rely on the generosity of our neighbors, which, I am happy to report, is boundless.
Another cause for admiration of Spain, is, of all things, the escalators. In many large stores (El Corte Ingles department stores, for one) and also in train stations, the escalators, instead of being ...
... lunch up there as well. Then we returned to Barcelona to see Park Guell. This was a housing area built for the rich many years ago, a planned community that went bust after selling only 3 of 60 homes on lots. The owner turned it into a park. Beautiful tile and stone work. We returned to the ship by 5.
We went out to dinner at 7:30 with everyone one last farewell to all our friends we met. The entire staff did a march through ...
... stopped by the Sagrada Familia just to see it. It is one of the buildings in Europe that I have wanted to see more than any other. It was equally as impressive as I hoped it would be. La Boqueria was cool as well, but a bit like the market in Madrid: very touristy and very overpriced. They did have some very interesting fruits though so we got a couple including fresh dragon fruit, Mangosteen (which was SO flavorful) and some roasted ...