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... I might go back when it's finished to have a look!
After our visit we had lunch (paella for me) and then finished the blue route on the bus. Then we had a look around the little lanes of the Barri Gotic area and then it was time to catch the bus back to the camp.
Lovely weather and a great few days in Barcelona.
... whether it was vents to create air flow or door handles designed for a comfortable grip. It was purely amazing, I don't know what it was but something about this guy really intrigued me, from what I saw and felt in the house he would have been the weirdest yet interesting guy, and the fact he built buildings so strange in that time sets him apart from any other artist I've seen. At the end of the tour I bought a funky drawing of the house ...
... to salad nicoise). Travis had a lasagna of white and black morcilla, very tasty and filling. Ashley had a huge pile of squid that looked like pasta, with rice and some delicious cream sauce hiding below. We tried a dessert - Catalonian creme brulee (Crema catalana), but it wasn't much different than regular creme brulee. Overall a good, satisfying meal that was also a nice value (€63, though we could have easily gotten that under 50 with house wine and no dessert).
... Spanish is by far the more prominent. At one time Catalan
was banned. Now there is a group which
wants an independent Catalonia, and there is a referendum vote for independence
which will take place in November. There are lots of independent Catalonian yellow
and red striped flags hanging on balconies and displayed in windows throughout
the city. Time will tell how the referendum works out. I wonder if they have looked at Quebec ...
... pick pocketer s##t is 200 euros richer!! I was not happy, I had my winge and we headed off for our dose of European sun at the beach.
Along the beach all day long locals walk up and down with trays of ice cold mojitos and sangria for 5 euros while yelling ‘you want, you want’.
After a few hours and a few pink bodies we headed home for our siesta, having lunch on the way at a little beach side kebab shop, best kebab I’ve had in a very long time. ...