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I'm typing this from a noisy bar in our campground. Russell is accross the table from me, playing a video game.
It was hot today, but it has cooled off nicely this evening.
Its kind of busy here. A busy road runs right past us. Noisy young people are all around us, drinking cheap draft beer. The train is running on the other side …
-Visited Pont du Gard aquaduct -Got to campsite, right on beach! Swam at beach where the fish jumped out of the water 22nd Aug -Went to Juan's LLADRO shop (porcelain and leather goods) -Gaudi's Art Nouveau Cathedral -Gothic Walking Tour -1992 Olympics complex (where Kylie filmed "slow") -Shopped along Las Ramblas -- heaps of street markets selling …
... finished in 15 years. And yes, I want to go back when it is complete :) After Sagrada, we met up with the rest of our group at the hostel, ate lunch and headed for the beach! Now, after spending nearly 2 months on the gorgeous beaches of Santander, we were all very disappointed with the beaches in Barcelona (The sand was like cat liter. Yuck!), but hey, we got to swim in the Mediterranean, which we don't get ...
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designs dating from back in the late 19th century. There's also heaps of street art, hidden amongst the laneway cafes and tapas bars. Then you've got main streets like Las Ramblas, teeming with people and shops. And the beach of course, packed with people, and with imported Egyptian sand. Beyond this just the atmosphere of the city is remarkable. Everyone, whether they be local or tourist, is here for a good time, ...
... It was impressive to say the least. We walked the Ramblus from one end to the other before taking the subway back to our hotel. It was a good day but the weather is a bit on the cool side but just fine for hiking the miles we put on today. Probably the high light of the day was the Barcelona Cathedral, an immense building again from the 1300s'.
Well tomorrow we set ...
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