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On the bus at 9am for our Barcelona city tour, and first off we drove towards the Olympic stadium. The streets were very busy at this time and we heard that Barcelona is the 4th busiest city in Europe and has more taxis that Paris! Although this causes problems in that there are almost too many, so there are strict rules as to who can work when to make it a little fairer.
Compared to the rest of the Spain, the Catalonia region is very wealthy and ...
... by to take Alfred on a regular basis. Today's route was to segrada familia. On the way is a road called passeig de sant Joan. And amazingly in the middle is a kids park, this is perfect for Alfred as the climbing frame and slide are small enough for him to manage, there are two baby swings and a massive sand pit (with toys). Alfred made friend with this little blonde girl and she was trying to teach him to jump. They both followed each ...
... just outside of La Sagrada Family... Awesome view!
We jumped back on the bus and we went to Barcelona Soccer Club and Stadium but it was closed, so we had a look around the visitors centre.
Then we went to the Recreational area for one and all the port first artificial was re-modelled for the 1992 Olympic games when it became a marina for recreational vessels. At the end of the old port we saw the Rambla ...
... to separate from Spain and that a referendum was to take place.
Wendy (our guide) obviously hoped that it would go ahead, and then all of a sudden our taxi driver interrupted us in quite a loud tone the words “lies, lies, lies”. We suddenly stopped talking and then had a more orderly discussion with him, as it became apparent that he was really passionate about Barcelona staying part of Spain, saying he had lived here all his life. He expanded further ...
... 160; The exhibition in the back of the church reveals Gaudi's inspirations from Mother Nature and its fascinating to look at the cathedral with this knowledge. I couldn't understand all the technical architectural terms but his use of science and physics from the natural world into man-made buildings is really impressive. We also watched a video of the stages of development of the different sections of the Basilica. ...