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... are each remarkable in their own right with the gargoyles, iron work and tile work grabbing one's attention. The boulevard was lined with palm trees and magnolias that were providing shelter to hundreds of squawking green parrots that have built their massive stick nests in them.
The first large landmark we came to was the Arc de Triomf (and yes, it looks very similar to the one in Paris). From here we headed down a large, pedestrian-only parkway, past ...
... tour we once again got a great orientation of the city itself and some of its history as well as hearing about the increased level of support to return the Catalans to a republic. We also took the chance to get some insider knowledge on the best places to eat and drink in Barcelona, which by complete coincidence was where we were staying in Barceloneta.
We also signed up to do a tapas tour that evening.
With only a quick turnaround ...
... I found quite amusing as Marietta and Judy were the only ones in the pool and I thought they must have been the floorshow as everyone appeared to be looking at them. Not one to miss my chance in the spotlight I stepped, not plunged in - lovely! Swimming while looking at La Sagrada! The other girls eventually joined us and out came the wine and chips! We headed out at the appropriate Spanish time for dinner ...
... for the intense hangover in the morning.
Yup. I was right.
My head screamed at me the next morning and my brain pounded against my eyes. I had plans to meet Zoe, one of the AZ girls from Cinque Terre and Nice, early that afternoon.
After loads of water and a morning croissant+espresso at a cafe, I made my way over to the subway. Man did I get lost. It took me 30 minutes of wandering before I finally found the right station. The ...
... enjoyed them while watching the people waltz by. Then we kept walking along the edge of the Mediterranean, and soon there were two levels... one was the lower level and next to the sand... the upper level was wider, concrete/stone and more like a boardwalk. We decided to walk along the top level
Soon we got to an area where there was bass coming up from the beach. We peered over the edge and saw a lounge area where people were smoking ...