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... and squalor of the industrial areas of the downtown factories.
We also did
a harbour tour. (Can never get enough time on the water). The tour was not narrated, so we had to do
some of our own research on the items which we saw. There is obviously a large container port,
with several giant cranes loading and unloading containers. And we also toured past
some of the mega yachts that were moored at various locations in the ...
... and enjoyed observing the history; this is a city with plenty of it. I'm hoping to avail of such a tour tomorrow.
With the queues ridiculously long and the guided tours booked out for what seemed like days in advance, I spent only a few minutes at La Sagrada Familia, perhaps the landmark of Barcelona. The problem with such tourist traps is the hassle that goes along with it. I took the pictures and enjoyed the view, craning my neck up to ...
... Anyway Em & I had a lovely quick breakfast and left before anyone else came to me.
So Emily's sense of humour comes out and says" I need the big hat and glasses" and says your famous mum. anyway we had a good giggle up to the room.
So we met up with Cathy, Chris & Jason who are part of the Australian Merck Serono team who have just been the most wonderful people to talk to and they really help inspire me to do this ...
... of La Barceloneta – a less touristy, more residential area with lots of local eateries and tapas bars. We sat at the noisy narrow bar at Vaso do Oro being served by waiters in their white jackets yelling across the room, eating solomillo (chunks of sirloin) which had been cooked to perfection, and drinking beer. We came back to this area the next night and tried another LP recommendation called Can Mano. We knew it must be good when there was a queue of people out the door at ...
... the Copper Age, tribes lived in these caves and some of the pottery and remnants can be found in museums throughout Cataluyna. It was like something from a movie! The wine is put on the table in these funny carafes and no one gets a cup. You just drink from the spigot and hope not to spill. A mess is made from all the charred skins and spilled wine but that's half the fun! The Americans wore bibs but later found out that locals wouldn't dare...
After we ...