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... at the peak of Montjuic where we had a fantastic birds eye view of the city of Barcelona. We took the teleferric back down and we went to a street called Las Ramblas, which is a big market place compacted into one long, tree lined street. This is where I got my brand new 2015/16 Barcelona home kit with my name and the number of my favourite player on the back!
The next day we went to the church of the sacred ...
... May 1st is their Labor Day!) so we were pretty beat up at the end. We found another good restaurant around the block from our apartment so had a light dinner and headed home to bed.
Monday we didn't get moving until 11, mostly because Buzz slept till after 10. After breakfast we were reading about how to get to Montserrat and finally we took the easy way out and booked a tour instead of going on our own. The bus took us to the ...
... but I did take a video to show
my family what it was like.
We took a walk down Rue Strambla, which is the main street
in Barcelona, which is super popular for the tourists. There are all sorts of
overpriced restaurants, little shops set up to sell souvenirs and the coolest
of all, people painted, or dressed up to look like statues! In fact, the first
... br> All of Tarragona's sites are within walking distance of the train station. Taxis and local trains can take you further.
Cathedral--Tarraco UNESCO World Heritage Site complex of Roman ruins including colosseum.
Universitat Rovira i Virgili--The beaches are north of town. Avoid pollution from the town's larger shipping port (one of the biggest in Spain) by walking a way up the beach. There is a nice walk following the shoreline, about 6-7 km long, where you ...