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... the session. Not a good start. Wednesday. Today's mission was to Park Turo which is further up our road up the hill, it was a bit of a mission to get to and it was such a hot day. Plus the park was all up here and Alfred was not impressed with play park. Plus there was no grassy bits. So it's good for a walk but not for playI thought I would have a go at finger painting in the Argo but Alfred had other ideas, before it descended into chaos I ...
Took a morning run to the park de la ciutadella and a quick spin around it discovering that it had more to offer than we had known. First we were distracted by the botanical gardens then the museu de zoologisa and geologia, then the cascada fountain followed by the arc de Triomf and at last the our morning adventures concluded with a stop off at the zoo!
In the afternoon- after our siesta and lunch, we headed out to the old center ...
... and drums started playing their music, as if they'd stopped earlier, and had people with the smaller castellers on their shoulders waving their bandanas around and generally having a great time dancing about!
It was nice to have shared our afternoon with Anne's Aunt Dimi and Uncle Mick, as we all enjoyed a nice wine, bread and cheese lunch. As the party below started to dissipate, we all went out for more churros. They ...
... impressive Sagrada Familia, which certainly broadened our spiritual horizons. Following the tour, we walked the La Ramblas, bought a few prints, and dined at the Senyor Parellada restaurant on 37 Argenteria St, a lunch consisting of a pear-infused salad and homemade country sausage with white beans. ...
... also had many ceramics.
We walked to the Chocolate Museum which turned out to be a waste of time and money. Walking in this area gives you a feel of how the people live. It was mostly residential.
We walked to the Barcelona Cathedral, also know as The Cathedral, Le Cathedral, and Cathedral de la Sur (which is the street it is on.) We approached from the back side so we had to walk a bit to get to the entrance. First, we walked through the ...