This morning we woke up and hoped a tour bus that took us almost all the way around Barcelona. We stopped at La Plaça de Catalunya and found a tiny hole-in-the-wall restaurant where the staff spoke no English and so I ordered some very interesting food unintentionally. Although I tried to piece together, “Does this fish comes with the head?” I only got deer in the headlights so I just ended up with fish… and fish heads. Afterwards Leah and I hopped on the bus again and saw the outside of la Sagrada Familia. Later Leah, Sam and I got back on the bus and went to la Plaça de Espanya and explored the Museu National d’art Catalunya.
Classmate Sam does a little “monkey see, monkey do” at the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya.
Fountains on the steps at Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya.
Statue of Christopher Coloumbus pointing at America. He is wearing a FC Barca shirt and is pointing in the wrong direction.
Side street near where we got lunch off the Plaça de Catalunya
A couple enjoys the Plaça de Catalunya.
The posterior view of La Sagrada de Familia by Antoni Gaudí.
Woman on the steps of Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya.
Statue overlooks Barcelona at the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya.
Leah and I went pastry hunting in the neighborhood near la Sagrada de Familia.
I don’t know them.
Classmates, Ingrid and Leah, get ready for an exciting day!
I tried fish. With the scales on it. It wasn’t bad! (Photo by Ingrid Holmquist)
Hilltop shot during our bus tour. The guide said this area was built to resemble old Barcelona.
Look out for me in the background of a movie or telenovela.
Classmate Sydney admires the great view on our tour bus.
Anterior view of the Sagrada de Familia by Antoni Gaudí.
Front view of the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya.