Feel At Home Barcelona - Ramblas Building
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... night we had a slow start to the morning. We went up to the Park Guell (designed by Gaudi) and decided that we wouldn't stay when we discovered the park was the site of a tour bus convention (ok, not really, but just awe bit too crowded) So instead we journeyed down to Barcelona's waterfront - what was once an industrial wasteland; now a lively, picturesque area rejuvenated thanks to the Olympics. It was a sunny, hot day and so the huge boardwalk and beaches were full of ...
... from. When he came back we gave Mum her birthday presents; including a leather jacket from Spain which Brigitte said made her not seem so old!
We then packed up, said goodbye to Ferran and walked down to the ferry port. It took us about 30 mins to get there and we checked in and went straight on to the ferry. They hardly looked at our passports and didn't stamp them or anything. Mum thought that was a bit weird, plus they wouldn't ...
... gorging ourselves we watched 2 street performers dance some
seductive Spanish dance with the beats booming out of their massive stereo. We
wander into a supermarket and decide to enjoy the night air and get 2 bottles
of wine and sit around the fountain in Catalunya square. We sit and listen to
music off our phones and watch people selling glowing spinning tops. A man was
making large bubbles and we just sat there watching it for hours until the wine
ran out and ...
... neighborhood in Barcelona. Before the Olympics came to Barcelona in 1992, Barceloneta was more of a blue collar fishing village on the outskirts of the city with no real beach to speak of. Since then, the city built a long, man-made beach for people to enjoy and put lots of other money into the development of its coastline. As you can imagine, this has changed the community drastically. We've already seen more shorts and flip ...
... br> The sun was shining and the port was just steps away from the city, it was time to explore. As we ambled through the narrow streets of Split we were drawn to the hill on the far side of town, if there's any type of hill around we need to see what's at the top. This area is known as the Marjan Peninsula and has miles of hiking trails. I've developed a great way of taking breaks when going uphill, without actually admitting I need to take a break, I tell Patrick ...