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... planned to go) and found a number of roads that get no traffic where a biker could "take a break", and then once it gets dark whip out a tent and pitch it behind trees. In case I couldn't find anything, I'd checked that the official campsites had vacancies, but for 30 Euro a night I really, really didn't want to have to use that. Anyway, I plot into the GPS the official campsite with the intention of getting close then finding somewhere to camp. So around 4.30pm I pulled over ...
... tour, heard about the book "A Stroll With Mr Gaudi" from a young couple who'd bought it for their 2yr old daughter, currently being looked after by grandparents in Germany. Thought that as it was available in english, something different for Emma. Turns out the book was only available in Gaudi stores, and these are buried within Gaudi buildings. Being a resourceful and determined grandmother (what grandmother isn't), managed to talk my way into the Casa Batllo via ...
... is different again from what we have seen in Europe but
intricately pleasing with some very old buildings. There are lots of
trees and in some areas buildings have been removed to widen streets
and generally the buildings on street corners have two 45 degree
angles instead of a 90 degree corner creating spacious intersections
with good visibility. The city had a face lift for the 92 Olympics
and beautifying work is ongoing ...
... br> In the evening we took a further walk and found a lovely square just to one side of Las Ramblas and spent the evening drinking cocktails, eating tapas and watching the people go by .
As we were leaving the city in the morning on our way to Les Cases D'Alcanar we came across the biggest roundabout you have ever seen. Fortunately for us it was Sunday so not busy.
... pick the items for each course) including wine for 10 Euro! The food was great (especially the leek pie)!
The happy couple with full bellies continued wandering. Visited the medieval Jewish Quarter with the oldest synagogue in Europe, walked through many plazas, etc. We had other places we wanted to visit in the area, but it's time to go back to the apartment. Working time!
After some working hours back in ...