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Day 11, Barcelona

Well, we got our money’s worth today, I’m telling you. (Even though we slept late, as usual.)

The highpoint was our visit to the Museu Nacional D’art De Catalunya–see pictures. Sally wanted Angela and Amanda to take special note of the blouse she’s wearing.

We took another bus tour and had Domino’s Pizza for supper, right here in our room.

I’m about to make the ATC for today.

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