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... Mcdonalds there.
We saw a couple of sight seeing places like Sagradia Familia which again was a tourist spot, and Park Guell.
Went to a couple of clubs - Razzmattaz and Otto.
Otto is average but if you want to feel Barcelona night life then you can go. Without paying Of course.
I would not recommend Razzmattaz - unless you are into rock music. Not worth 17 Euros.
We preferred the nightlife at the Port which was more upbeat and ...
... was about. it was quite obvious that these 4 or 5 bars were the dance clubs that would be hot tonight... and we wanted to come back for sure!
On our way back towards the upper level, we passed another club that was handing out free bands for entry to the club later that night so we grabbed those too. Next stop was a little casino. They did not have ***** (my favorite) but i played a few hands of blackjack, lost 50 euros and we ...
... have been it's own event. So lovely! By the time we arrived the calçots were grilling up nicely! The outer layer is charred and the inside is sweet and kind of mushy. One peels off the charred layer, dips the funny onion in a delicious sauce, holds the calçot overhead and down the hatch it goes! Typically the calçots are eaten outside near the barbecue pit but because it was a "chilly" 50 degree outside, the dining was moved to a magical, underground ...
It was a late, long sleepy morning, the bed was soft and warm, there was reading and catching up on contact with Oz. The return occupies our thinking. This city has so much to offer. We find ourselves footsore and ambivalent. We spent the morning on personal maintenance and taking things slowly. I slipped out and got a coffee and OJ in the street and picked up pastries for Jan.
We went off, the travellers, geared ...
... Sagrada Familia. The cathedral rises epically from the street, engulfing an entire block and transforming the sky. Even surrounded by cranes, unfinished and covered in scaffolding the building is quite overwhelming to see. Construction began in 1882 and some people believe it will be completed in 2026 which would mark 100 years since Antoni Gaudis death. However, there is a lot of controversy surrounding the building as the Barcelona council, who are in charge of the completion ...