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OK whirlwind trip to Barcelona in terms of time required to do this massive city justice. We arrived after a 3 hour trip through olive country. Countless acres of magnificent olive groves with the regulation 'olive green' undulating landscape we have become accustomed to... Beautiful whitewashed villages perched on hillsides, many with their …
... was specially commissioned for today's game. I took the people heading my way as a sign I was heading towards another Metro (we had pondered the option to attend the Barca vs Athletico Madrid Game in Barcelona today but it was just gunna be to difficult to get there for the 4 pm start. The game was being shown on almost every cafe TV screen as we wandered late arvo though strangely the game wasn't shown live on the available hotel TV options - the best we found was a ...
... tour we once again got a great orientation of the city itself and some of its history as well as hearing about the increased level of support to return the Catalans to a republic. We also took the chance to get some insider knowledge on the best places to eat and drink in Barcelona, which by complete coincidence was where we were staying in Barceloneta.
We also signed up to do a tapas tour that evening.
With only a quick turnaround ...
... we go to a place called 'Opium', she also warned us to steer clear of the elephant graveyard. Jack's San Sebastian girlfriend was also in Barcelona and happened to be going to the same place. It was a bit of a dressier type place, which meant poor old Jeckles had to squeeze his fee-fi-fo-fumb feet into some ordinarily sized shoes. We ate Mexican style that night, Mexican food that is, we didn't grow moustaches and have siestas between courses. Jack and Ganzer did have 6 shots of ...
... of doors from the hotel that looked promising but which was not open during the day. Rambla de Poblenou is a pleasant street with a central pedestrian zone like its better known namesake in the city centre and plenty of shops, bars and restaurants. It seemed quite lively in the early afternoon but there were few tourists.
The menu del dia looked tempting and we both agreed that the lentil stew for the first course was delicious. We followed this ...