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Morning walk along river. Breakfast near the river.
Then 4 and half hours train to Barcelona.
Lunch near the hotel then visit to the Picasso Museum. Walked to the Marina area.
Back to hotel and dinner near the hotel.
... of fireworks floating in the air about 5' above ground. They turn out to be giant bubbles reflecting off the street lamps of the square. We buy our T10 card, and then being a early study of the Las Ramblas. We find the fountain and a sample a little of its water. We finally figure out that the Bethlahem Church is this huge building with the 3 stories of unbroken facade crowing the edge of the sidewalk. Marianne is ready to explore more, but I'm done for this day. Here at last.
... by another one back in our air conditioned rooms as well. We are a big fan of siestas and will probably continue this tradition around Europe and at home! We also needed like 3 showers that day as everytime we stepped outside it was so sweaty. I don't know how we will cope in Italy and Greece! After this we shared some tapas between 8 people and went to the Sagrada Familia by Gaudi. This is by far my favourite church/cathedral so far. It was so big and unique, and although it is ...
... magical seeing the moon in the sky yesterday, which myth says is a sign of rejuvenation! This experience has just shown me that this world is full of so many possibilities and wonder! Thank you to everyone who took some time to read my blog. Hope it kept you entertained! Now on to the next chapter in my life! ...
... However, 1:00pm. Enough said. We arrived back at the top of Las Ramblas (a.k.a. home) after sunset. Mama C (Cranky's mom) was done for the day, so the Crankies headed out on their own to find more Sangria and Tapas to top off the day: two words La Tramoia. Fabulous spot to round out the adventure. Can't wait to see what Day 3 has in store. Perhaps a little Picasso to go with our Gaudi???