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... made our way up the beach a little ways before heading towards the hotel again. On our way back to the hotel we searched for coffee or breakfast with little to no luck until we stumbled on a place a block from the hotel called Cafe Oasis. We ordered the special, a croissant and cafe con leche for two euro, and split a hot sand which called a tortilla Francesca that was a small loaf of French bread with a egg omelette rolled up on it. It was all very delicious. We got ready for the day ...
... stop on the Blue tour was at BFC....ah yes, the red stripes over a yellow background, the cross of Saint George and one of the winningest teams in history. Would have loved to tour the stadium but could not justify a 32 Euro per person price tag to see an empty stadium....oh well. I am sure that we walked on the same ground that Messi did....that will have to do.
The highlight of our day was the concert by Manual Gonzalez. In a small church anti-room, ...
... the area missed this morning, then back to the hotel. At some point Emerson found out we have a pool in the hotel so that's all she wanted to hear about. I've done 25k steps today, so the little one must have done close to 40k, all on 5 hours sleep so we have a proper Spanish siesta. I tried waking everyone before the pool closed, but no luck. With everyone shattered we give up and turn in for some much needed sleep.
... is old. We went through the church which had a range of features including mosaic windows that provided different coloured lights throughout the church, they also had some massive organs and the whole place had a gothic feel to it.
After our visit to the church we headed to Park Güell which is a garden complex with architectural elements situated on the hill of El Carmel in the Gràcia district of Barcelona, It was designed by the Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí (just ...
... person they pull on the ropes, the cloth/canvas folds up into a sack and way they go to another spot or into hiding for awhile before setting up and trading again when the danger has passed). There is a great fruit and produce market along this street and is worth a visit to see some of the lovely local fruit and produce on display. We managed to get about 3/4 of the way along it and then wandered down into the old town to lose ourselves in the little alleyways with ...