Rudderless in Barcelona starts off at the always festive, always packed, pedestrian road, La Rambla. Also we head over to Park Guelll to speak with a harpist and by the Madrid Cathedral we watch a bunch of old people get down, dancing the Sardana .
The truth is my idea has been to always stay at Barcelona and see out the rest of my career here. Like I always say, one doesn’t know what can happen in the future, but if it were up to me to decide, I would stay at Barcelona for the rest of my career.Lionel Messi
From paella to tapas, Spain is awesome. I Barcelona we tried it all, even my favourite lamb. The best thing I ate was not a main dish, it was a croissant made in house at a local coffee shop up the street from our accommodations. It was the best breakfast we ever had.
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