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"You'll just love the Gaudi when you're in Barcelona" - "no visit is complete without going to see as much as possible". Well we did make the effort (it involved a lot of walking and later, escalators) and I'm not sure love is quite the right word. I can appreciate it for its quirkiness and the way it stands out compared to the other buildings and some parts I do like, but not all of it - I will not rave about Gaudi!
The Sagrada Familia - the great opus to ...
... Tuesday and the one Tarragoza train for Monday. One chap we asked re Poblet said there was no train there. We knew that but there was one in the area. Esther had given up but I persisted, first with dummies at Renfe and then a ticket window. One guy gave us the needed info.
Went for a coffee and cake [8.25E] and then it was farewell to Esther. She has been a great help, reminiscent of the Bajans playing tour guide for me in Bridgetown, Barbados ...
... share...it was pretty tasty. Overall a great meal!!We then walked around the block to the fountain. The show was pretty awesome to see, although it's meant to be choreographed to music...you couldn't really hear the music, but still it was really cool to see though! There was so many people watching, as this was the first one of the season. We are so amazed with the area we were in too, it was very beautiful and had very cool building surrounding the area. Certainly somewhere ...
... began asking me what to do differently, so I told her that she didn't need any of them and they were all going to be jerks anyway. Still, she broke off from me and continued to pursue them all.
One guy from the group who I didn't know too well drunkenly got in my face about something, then two guys started to argue on the side, and another one was yelling at the first girl. Noise.
At this point, I started to get annoyed that I had to deal with ...
... bumping party on Plaša Commercial, preceded by a parade with all eight of the colorful "mascots" from each barri. It was a great party. (We want to introduce this tradition in Berkeley… with recycled paper confetti and biodegradable, organic balloons, of course.) Sadly we missed the Ash Wednesday morning event called the Burial of the Sardine, which marks the end of the Carnaval and the beginning of Lent.
El Born was the place to ...