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... as the Black paella was probably a little mundane but, hey, even an average meal in Barcelona is a treat to be had. What a lovely way to end a brief but most delightful short visit to the magical city of Barcelona. It’s hard to really appraise this city coz we have in reality seen but a small part of what I'm sure are its multitude of magical riches. But I think we can easily place the beautiful and diverse Barcelona on a must-see and return-as-soon-as possible ...
... there for like 4 hours looking at my WATERPROOF watch!
Then after that we looked round and found a BANKSY painting and I took a pic of it.
And there was a boat there at the beach in the harbour and it was recently sold for 70 million dollars.
After a couple of hours of shopping and dinner we went back to the room and went to ...
... living next to the hotel ( they do no harm). We thought the hotel was a 3 star when we got to see it was actually a 2 star hotel. Maybe i miss read it somewhere but never mind.
We walked all the way to the Marine which took us about 20 to 25 minutes, we had a look at the nearby restaurants and passed the famous road of Las Ramblas. We decided to have our first meal in Lunch Can borbo - seafood paella, tomato bread, sangria ( very nice) both ...
... by going to Sitges and Tarragona in advance, though did not visit any major sights, just wanted to get the lay of the land.
Because it looks like both Sitges and Tarragona are doable in a day as I did last weekend with the student groups, but kind of rushed that way, we will enjoy ourselves more to separate them, so we decided instead to forgo a day trip to Girona and separate the two day trips instead when Linda and I make the trips.
I think I already put a ...
... we hailed a taxi to Parc Guell:
Park Guell is one of the most impressive public parks in the world. The park is located in Barcelona and was designed by famous architect Antonio Gaudi.Gaudi planned and directed the construction of the park from 1900 to 1914 for Eusebi Guell for a residential park intended for sixty single- family residences.The project, however, was unsuccessful and the park became city property in 1923. Though never fully ...