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... the MNAC (Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya) National Art Museum of Catalunya which is housed in the Palau Nacional. Even at this time of day there was a small queue which we avoided with our BCN passes.
The art of Catalunya - MNAC (Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya)
Without realising it we'd managed to save the best until last. The Palau Nacional is a splendid Spanish Renaissance-inspired building ...
... the St. Lawrence Market on steroids. So fantastic. Incredible fresh juices, and every kind of food, spice, and snack.
The shopping here is amazing. So many shoes!!! And Barcelona is a big sweets town. Lots of specialized candy and cake shops. Some sell only traditional nougat sweets, some sell only small cakes, some sell chocolates. It is an exercise in self discipline not to try them all out. Yesterday ...
As the demonstration gets louder, Anne wakes and as it is 6pm the pretty sounding bells above start their chiming away. Then the demonstration moves towards Las Ramblas and the noise level goes back to busy.
At 9pm Anne wakes properly and we are treated to the audio visual spectacular on the front of the building opposite and it runs for 20minutes. We discuss whether to video, and decide, no, not missing out a ...
... met with Zarah’s step Uncle Richard who lives in Barcelona. We have a drink with him at this traditional Spanish bar and got some hot sight seeing tips from him for tomorrow.
Once again we couldn’t deny another night on the hostel party bus. Back at the hostel we had a few drinks and met a group of people from the hostel who where there for a music festival on the weekend. 12.30am we all caught the bus and went to another one of Barcelonas clubs on the ...
... the apartment safe and sound. After checking in we decided to go explore La Rambla which was about a half an hour walk from the apartment but it was meant to be the central part of Barcelona so we were keen to see it. Once at La Rambla we started stopping at sights along the way including Placa de Catalunya which was a courtyard that had sculptures and fountains, La boqueria markets and we even walked all the way down to the waterfront.
The waterfront was beautiful, ...