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This morning it was up early to go to Sagrada Familia. It had been raining overnight but appeared to have cleared. Once I was in the line at Sagrada Familia it started ******* down again. By the time I got inside I was wet and cold and was a bit over the whole experience. I had pre-purchased an audio tour, half of which was outside, and a tower visit, which due to inclement weather was cancelled. A change of attitude later I was quite keen ...
... for Marquez stuff. We are literally staying in his race home town but nothing so far. They love their foortball here haha. Like neymar everywhere. Thanks for booking our flights Gianni :) Im slowly realising that this holiday is coming to end and whilst that seemed good in France, it doesnt know im here. Oh and another thing. Im a huge fan of churros. Churros are everywhere its great. Im probably going to have for breakfast! And Ant loves the sangria ...
... camp that was playing on the field but we can say we saw a soccer game in the FC Barsa Stadium! We then toured the museum and had lunch before heading out.
After we made our way back to the hotel(after a Starbucks stop) we had some free time to hang out or do some shopping at the mall next door. We then went for a walk in our area and found a street packed with ...
... as Barri Xinès or Barrio Chino, meaning "Chinatown". El Raval is one of the two historical neighborhoods that border La Rambla, the other being the Barri Gòtic, and contains some 50,000 people.
An area historically infamous for its nightlife and cabarets, as well as prostitution and crime, El Raval has changed significantly in recent years and due to its central location has become a minor attraction of Barcelona. It currently has a very diverse immigrant ...
... or birds at sunset and you too could have a Miro. Can't say we 'got' these artworks either, but did prefer them to Picasso. Had to promise that was the end of Spanish art though, too bad we didn't manage to see a piece of Dali work!
Montjuic Castle has a great 360° view out over the city, beaches and port. A welcome sea breeze and a break from city crowds was very nice in the afternoon ...