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What a day it has been.
Early start -to the Metro, off at La Rambler and onto the Barcelona Bus Turistic. Headsets -look right and see some thing amazing. Look left and see more amazing sites. I know it is such a "tourist thing to do" but it is a great way to get to see a city with rather limited effort. We were not disappointed. We passed the following Casa Batilo, Estacio ...
... than expected. Being the Mediterranean we thought it might be a bit warmer but it was quite fresh. I didn’t mind it though and it was lovely once you were in. Kyria only ended up going to her waist but both the boys came right in. They weren’t in for long though. I stayed in until Michael swum out and said Eli was going to get some ice creams if I wanted one. I didn’t trust Eli to choose the right flavours for me so I came out. It was hot walking on the sand with ...
... They don't just willy nilly put it to market, make big bucks hand over fist on people's gullibility to all the marketing hype, and turn a blind eye to the myriad side effects. Plus they can freely label their products as to ingredients. They don't allow Monsanto to sue to override the people's voice about labeling (like the company is now doing in Vermont, the first state in the US to require labeling of foods with GMOs).
... background of the palm trees in the square. Of course being at the front has drawbacks as well, as Julie discovered when she was on the receiving end of Dofi's long-range water pistol.
The parade was not the only thing scheduled as part of the festival, though so after we'd seen the all the participants go by we set off for a bit of a walk through Barri Gotic, coming out by the cathedral where sardana dancing was underway with not one but ...
... go-round!! The amusement park only costs an additional €4 entrance fee so just by the price it should provide an indication to the level of rides available!!
Barcelona is a wi-fi free city. By this I don’t mean that wi-fi and the Internet is banned in this part of Catalunya. I mean that wherever you go, you can access free wi-fi. I’m not too sure how this works because if wi-fi is free, why is there still a need to pay for it in your home?? As I ...