#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Day 4, Barcelona

Finding our way and finally shaking off the jetlag that made us want to sleep so much. Sally is dressed and ready to go out and I am still in my nightgown, writing this blog. :)

Yesterday we did a lot of walking, as usual, and took long siestas as well. We had a late lunch/early dinner at the Hard Rock Cafe, one of our favorite things to do in a city we’ve never visited. Of course we have been trying out the local foods, too.

I’ve kept up my ATC journal, plus a regular one. The ATCs have been posted on Twitter, if you’d like to catch a look, and I will blog them very soon, I promise.

We’re heading out for breakfast today, to be followed by a bus tour. I’m getting a major kick out of the work of Antonio Gaudi. Talk about your big imagination. The guy could have worked for Disney.

More later, mi amigas and amigos.

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