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... all genders. Gender equality is nothing new on Barcelona’s beaches. There is even a small area that is completely clothing optional. Neither of use partook of the options. We didn’t go into the sea much – the waves were quite large and there was a jellyfish warning, but we had an enjoyable couple hours lazing in the sun.
... street with tables and chairs. 8.30 is a good time to eat now the temperature has dropped to comfortable and we get ushered to an empty table and sit and gaze up at the huge gothic structure in awe. We choose a seafood paella (we are in Spain!) and it is absolutely delicious!!! Outside the Sagrada Familia entrance a stage is being set up so we wait to watch some 'dancing'. Problems with lighting and sound system and finally the dancers come on in full folk ...
... to get there at 9am in the morning to wait in line for 3 hours just to get tickets so we were only able to see this from the outside. The church has been under construction for over 200 years and is still being built. When the church is finished it will have 18 towers total. The carvings on the side of this building were breathtaking. To know someone carved these by hand and at that ...
... to conform to each individual culture we have tried to orient our circadian clocks in accordance! In doing so, our hostel party did not get home until 4:00 and even then our 8-bed hostel was empty except for us - our roommates did not get back until near 5:00.
However, let me share the day from the beginning. Or, better yet, after we finished our first breakfast in Barcelona.
After breakfast, we decided to explore the city aimlessly. No real ...
... from San Miguel which seems like it's similar to a Budweiser from branding standpoint and the final one was Moroitz which was a brewery that failed years ago and was rebranded recently and now is a trendy option among locals. My favorite was the San Miguel for obvious reasons but also because it did have the best taste, and it was nothing like Budweiser. It was getting a little chilly so we headed back to the hotel to relax on the roof deck. We must have been the only ones ...