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... and full meals is from The Plaša de la Font along the Carrer Major up to the Cathedral, with Carrer Nau and the Plaša del Rei and Plaša del F˛rum particularly worthwhile.
The Serrallo neighbourhood near the fishing harbour has some excellent fish and seafood restaurants, which are particularly popular for Sunday lunch. There is a market hall just off the Rambla Nova in the middle of town where the basics of a good picnic can be bought cheaply.
Drink The ...
... 40 minute trip to Ourense where we had a 2 hour wait for our train. We found a cafe and had breakfast that lasted for 1:30 hours. We were the first in a supermarket at 9am and bought a few things for the trip, chocolate, bananas, apples and digestive biscuits, all staples.
The 11 hour train trip was completely uneventful but helpful for us as it took over 7 hours to get back to where we started our walk. It put it into perspective how far we had walked. We have ...
... contribution to international architecture. In 1999, Barcelona became the first and only city, to this date, to receive this honor – instead of an individual architect.
5. Flamenco is not well known in Barcelona. Even though Spain is well known for its flamenco dancing, this popular dance is not traditional or well known in Barcelona or Catalu˝a. Catalans prefer the more contemporary rock-n-roll scene.
6. Although ...
... of a giant New Testament. The main door has only ever been used when the pope visited. I will stop there – and simply say that it was fitting when I was in the gym later and listening to a song by Darlene Zschech from Hillsong church singing 'I Believe the promises that God has made……the presence of God is in this place!!!”, because the presence of God is truely in the Sagrada. A tangible and magnificent presence. If you havent been there, ...
Tuesday the 8th of
October – The first thing we
did after breakfast was to go to the bottom of La Rambla down by the
waterfront where there is a 60 metre statue of Christopher Columbus.
In the bottom of the statue is a shop area where we purchased a two
day pass for the on/off tourist bus and hopped on then hopped off and
did a walking tour, then we hopped on again.