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... Castle, across to the Miro museum, the Olympic park site and on to the second most wonderful memory of our holiday - Placa Espanya. I don't want to say too much about visiting Placa Espanya because the lead up to the fountain in the centre unfolds like the plot of an exciting novel, and I'd hate to say something that might give away the ending - after all, I'm sure you're going to go there and see it for yourself.
Our last day in Barcelona was spent wandering the Rambla, ...
... the apartment safe and sound. After checking in we decided to go explore La Rambla which was about a half an hour walk from the apartment but it was meant to be the central part of Barcelona so we were keen to see it. Once at La Rambla we started stopping at sights along the way including Placa de Catalunya which was a courtyard that had sculptures and fountains, La boqueria markets and we even walked all the way down to the waterfront.
The waterfront was beautiful, ...
... in videos with cameras from all angles. Rivaldo, Romario, Ronaldo Fenomeno and the current Brazilian star, Neymar are all there - I was so excited to be at this place and thankfully Gwennie indulged me on this silly outing.
The tour also take us into the stadium and onto the field of play: I had never seen such perfect pitch, smoother even than the greens at American golf fields. A fabulous visit indeed, crowning this trip with a huge exclamation point!
... the street is Casa Matller, a residence for chocolatier Antoni Amatller. Helen called it the Chocolate House. This architect also designed a residence we would see later on our tour. I suppose it does look a bit like a chocolate cupcake – with Gothic and Nordic influences! Next door is Casa Batllo and is basically Gaudi’s idea of St. George slaying the dragon interpreted on the fašade of this home! I can see it, can’t you? Casa Mila or ...
... do for their 10th!
It was interesting to see some of the courses served to us differed from the Malaysian couple. Shame we weren't staying in Barcelona longer, I would love to go back and try more dishes!!!
2 more sleeps before we board Seabourn Quest which will become our home for the next 20 days! How Glorious! Our friends Julianne and Ian Kinder, who we planned and booked the cruise with back in April last year, arrived ...