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... part of the city, Gothic Centro, where we are homed for the week.There are smaller and yet significant sights like the placas (squares), Roman walls and the landmark cafe, Els Quatre Gats, frequented by Picasso and his modernista friends. I am enjoying the bustling atmosphere of walking through the Bocqueria (large market) and calles (streets). Bridget is having an in apartment day and I'm in Starbucks for the Wi Fi and a gingerbread latte. I'm planning on ...
On Friday morning I explored with a group of 6 or so, which was too big. We were out for a few hours and really only saw one park. In the afternoon I split off and spent the rest of the day with Clara (who lives in Barcelona-- I met her in Prague and stayed with her when I passed through a couple months ago). We went to Montjuic, which was my favorite place in the city. It is a castle the looks over the city above an enormous fountain. We got ...
... Which made it look awesome but was very messy. The waiter was lovely which made it even better. Im going to try and explain our surroundings a bit. Its semi cobbled streets with like a main road where each side has souvenir shops and then it has like this mini streets, wider than an alley way. Oh and theres restaurants everywhere. Ant and me found a little bar called the Carribean Club. It was pretty small but the bar tender knew his stuff. ...
... small plates), sangria & a lively atmosphere (we ate at 9pm which is early for the locals!). We shared 11 different tapas including (our favorites) mushroom crema catalana, chorizo sausage braised in beer, Normandy style casserole (potatoes, bacon, caramelized onions, fresh cream, grilled camembert) & fresh truffle ravioli in Parmesan cream.. I swear the portions were small! It was so delicious and ...
... the double-decker red busses with Free-wifi and air conditioning that travel all throughout the city to provide these tourists with a "genuine tour" of Barcelona.
Despite all of this, the city is marvelous to behold, and if you know where to look (thanks Dr. Bowman), you will be able to find neighborhoods in the city that are (almost) entirely tourist free, and will give you an authentic experience of the Catalan life and ...