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The shop front windows are full of pastries and to the side candies and chocolate. We enjoyed a rather good mixta - ham and cheese roll - followed by croissants salados: one with sobrasada and one with a Frankfurt sausage.
From La Colmena it was a five minute walk to the Picasso Museum where we got our first taste of queues. The museum is housed in five ...
... back down to the main city and home via the market where I had a meat and cheese triangle.
In the evening I went to Casa Batllo. Similar to the other Gaudi works, the whole place is quite cool. The front of the building is very extravagantly decorated with a colourful mosaic and a number of small balconies that either look like skulls or masquerade masks. The roof resembles a dragom with a spiny backbone and colourful ...
... the largest metropolis on the Mediterranean but the core 'downtown' part around Las Ramblas still seems quite easy to get around. The wide open pedestrian strip still has the multitude of artists; performing and creative, lining each side, certainly an interesting walk. Although people watching with this volume of people (4 ships in today) is also interesting. Flower stalls and cafés too. I found the Senegalese traders missing from Italy, they were just returning after ...
... gotten the clothes clean and up on the line to dry. Will find out the right way once Oliver is back in town!
A Trip to the Market Gets a Lot of Bang per Buck or Whatever the Euro Equivalent Is!
Although the Mercat Sant Antoni is closed due to the holiday, lots of small fruit and veggie shops are open and so I went around the corner, choosing one at random that looked promising. Picked up ingredients for ratatouille--my variation--so ...
... by the people and is mirrored in them. It is a work that is in the hands of God and the will of the people." The building is still going on and could be finished some time in the first third of the 21st century.
We left this amazing site and headed to Park Guell, another Gaudi project that offers panoramic views of Barcelona with Sagrda Familia sitting centre stage. After a day of walking Video Girl and Battery Boy were happy to ...