I’m already going through “wi-fi” withdrawal…I really liked having it available every time I started my computer. Silly, I know it, but…. After checking the email one more time, we put “Bumble Bee” in gear and headed out. Our first stop wasn’t too far away. Figueres is the home of Salvador Dali, born here, buried here… We headed right to the Dali Museum to explore some of his work. Dali personally designed, decorated, and painted his museum. It was to showcase his life’s work. Some of the highlights we saw started right at the entry…his 1947 Cad convertible with the largest hood ornament I have ever seen. Some of the other art we saw was the “larger than life Mae West room” (complete with nostrils), a fantastic work that shows Abraham Lincoln if you squint hard enough. I could go on and on, but you have got to see his work yourself to believe it. I would say it was genius, but on the other hand it could have been done by a man in need of help. We spent over 2 hours there and we could have spent days. Most of his work took time in studying it to see if you could understand what he meant, but when you took the time, it was still something you questioned. Moving on, we hit the big road and headed onto Barcelona. We pulled into a campground just outside of the city about 4. Seeing as it was too late to go into Barcelona, we headed on down the sidewalk towards the marina. The beach is right across the metro tracks and the road. We had nothing better to do, so we checked it out. We won’t spend any time at the beach while we’re here, but we will spend a lot of time in Barcelona. Barcelona has a lot to see, and we will most likely spend 3 to 4 days here just trying to see as much as we can.