Casa De Billy Barcelona
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... eggs and bacon and pancakes, the Spanish tend to just have toast mid morning (when they get up) and save bigger meals for lunch and dinner. So we got a ham and cheese croissant and orange juice at a little terrace restaurant on La Rambles. We got out our little Spanish book and laughed over the different ways to say things. At one stage the man sitting at the table across from us leaned in and asked where were we from in Australia. He ended up also being from ...
... or less useless inventions. There was a bicycle machine, and if you could work off the requisite number of calories, dependent on the chosen snack then you got the snack. Rowan cycled for 7 minutes for a bag of crisps and then amazingly another six minutes to get a snack for Talia. I have the photo graphic evidence. Other memorable inventions were a cup with added mirror and tissue dispenser for those ...
... and music in such a location. It was with some reluctance I left the appreciative crowd to keep moving.
The afternoon was fading so I decided to head back to the hotel, catching a metro and negotiating my way back for a much needed shower before J returned having taken the opportunity to attend (and seemingly greatly enjoy) the post session drinks session having connected with a few other Aussie participants.
Once we'd regained strength, we wandered into ...
... you all with the details (I'll do that to anyone that wants to listen in person when we get home) but Barca won 3-0 even with only 10 men for a half, Messi got 2 goals and we both got a really close look at why he is undoubtedly the best player in the world this decade. UNBELIEVABLE.
Other notable highlights so far have been seeing some of Antoni Gaudi's amazing work, a day at a water park, a couple of long runs along the beach and ...
... kind of creepy look. Well from the name it already says a lot. I am guessing not many people will walk around these areas at night.
We passed the Barcelona Cathedral which looked very nice from the outside. Took a few pictures and wondered in the area as we discovered more shops and some really interesting narrow roads.
On our way back before heading to the hotel we decided to stop in Hogans Bar to have ...