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Despite having lost 1.5 days from our scheduled arrival, we've been able to see almost all our planned activities. I guess what's been lost have been the impromptu opportunities and the lower priority paid events.
Today we started with the Picasso museum. We got there around 8:58, hoping to be there by 8:45. There was a long line, and we didn't get in until about 9:20. We spent about 1.5 hours working up through his Blue Period. Girl with Green stockings, the ...
... Willem and Jack. St Josep's (La Boqueria) Market is the largest in Barcelona - apparently if you can't get something there, change your recipe as you won't find it anywhere else. It was pretty impressive, not at all smelly and everything was beautifully presented. No fresh fish today though and we were advised not to have fish or seafood in restaurants on a Monday unless it was Bacalao.
Spain like Japan and Mexico is very much a nose-to-tail land ...
... worryingly - no electric! Apparently that would be fitted once we signed the contract but in our eyes with a small boy we couldn't risk that. Plus the area was too far back from the city and was dull and boring. The third place was ridiculously exciting. I don't want to get my hopes up by being over excited about it but it was perfect. It's on the fifth floor of one of the main high streets of grande Gracia, with a beautiful front room opening out to a ...
... with statues and icons. The spires run to the ground outside the church and a huge arch holds the falling spires over the main entrances, so you can gain access through the time portals into the chapel itself. As you enter the doors there is a myriad of creatures and people welcoming you to the church. Turtles hold the columns aloft and a turkey in one side and chickens on the other are there watching you pass.
Turkey? And ...
... out spoken but harmless who has a crush on Vincenzo the Italian bus driver, and rightly so he is a bit hubba bubba. Roz is travelling with Elizabeth who is superbly dressed and a well spoken lady of Scottish origin, probably in her seventies.
Then we have the hippies from the hinter land in Queensland. Two ladies in their late sixties very weathered by the Queensland sun and very alternative. One of them is only travelling with only 7kg ...