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... of whilst on the tour bus yesterday. So we walk roughly 2km towards the Arc De Triomf and take some more photos. We walk through the park and I admire all the lampposts (as I have a fetish for them), we come to the other side of the park and walk through the next one. As we walk closer we hear loud music and as we get closer we notice there is a stage set up and it’s a massive Zumba concert. So people gather for free to this concert and exercise in ...
... Gaudi designed buildings and then stopped at magic fountain to get some photos. Once again we were in awe of such beautiful architecture and design. From there we proceeded to Park GuŽll which is yet another amazing place. It was originally designed to be an elite gated community, well ahead of its time. However, the plans didn't end up proceeding as originally designed. It ended up being a park filled with great sights for all to ...
... and Gothic Quarter. We caught the very end of some traditional Catalonian dancing in front of the cathedral
We passed the Place de Catalunya and headed back to the Plaza Real. Esther and I had passed right by the Le Quinze Nits [The Fifteen Nights] last night. It was a bit of a wait for a table inside [where is was warm from the close proximity of all the hot air of les Francaises]
but the food was very good. I had an anchovy and tomatoes on biscuits [with ...
... stalls. We enjoyed browsing the good and bought some handmade jewelry as well as a pita- yum! We spent the evening at the Verdi theatre which was situated in a nice residential area with arty buildings and trendy bistros. The theatre was small and had a vintage feel despite the fact we saw the recently released film "The Imitation Game" (10/10 ...
... with restaurants. Back on La Rambla we had walked past a group of young African women that Ang thought were prostitutes and we'd been told that the south end of La Rambla becomes a red light district at night. When we'd walked through as a couple the women did nothing so Ang wanted Craig to walk through by himself. Immediately on doing so a woman stepped forward and took Craig by the arm and said "where are you going?" "Home" was the reply, to which she said "do you want ...