Our very own Peaceluvbug has somehow managed to find her way over to the land of Antonio Bandaras otherwise known as Spain. She has pictures posted as well as some travel tips and advice. You can see the pictures here and read her blog about the trip here.

As in any other big city, the metro is a cheap way to get virtually anywhere. Placa de Catalunya is the main stop on La Rambla (kind of like the MetroCenter stop in D.C.). Once you learn how to use the metro in one city, every other city is easy to figure out. You just need to know which direction you are going! Here we found out that people are extremely helpful. Most people in the La Rambla area speak English? actually, many people in Barcelona speak English. Everyone we talked to was very willing and able to help us when we needed it!

Spain is very high up on my list of places to visit, anyone else been there? I think a stop over would require a combo trip to Morocco.

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