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... do some shopping and find a laundrette. We also happen upon a huge street festival using these giant images from yesterday along Les Ramblas and the side street to sant. Michel square. There is lots of dancing, music, colour, traditional Catalonian costumes and fireworks. This is the first day of a five day festival of Our Lady of Mercy where there are lots of outdoor activities and concerts. This is one of the biggest festivals in their ...
... packed full of history and when our tour guide starts
talking it seems like this is the place that George R R Martin got a lot of inspiration
for Game of Thrones! The city is large and as we weave our way through its
little side streets we see how easily you can get lost. Barcelona has its own
Arc de Triumph in its midst as well as a massive garden full of weird modern
“art”. The tour ends next to the zoo in the park and our guide tells us the ...
... 8 others that is like a cross between Pilates and Yoga. It was fairly challenging to me, since my middle is blocking my ability to touch my toes easily, etc. but I made it through doing most of the exercises through all repetitions.
Saturday Night: The "Magic Fountains"
The so-called Magic Fountains in Barcelona get a lot of press and are free, so I joined the crowds at dusk to watch the show. However, as magical as ...
... We checked in, then lady for an early dinner at 8:30-9:00. Seriously, most restaurants in Spain are barely open yet. We enjoyed sangria, some potato cake things, meatballs, potatoes with ketchup and mayo, and croquettes of some sort. We also got a bottle of cava( Spanish champagne) so that our table could toast to our marriage. After dinner was time for some Barcelona nightlife, but again, going out at 11-12 and coming home at 2, we were ...
... Our first destination was Sagrada Familia. Gaudi's yet-to-be-finished masterpiece. I've been to Barcelona four times now and each trip reveals some progress. It is an amazing project. Projected to be completed sometime in "the first third of the 21st century", I hope I live long enough to see the finished cathedral!
Here's a link with a bit of information:http://www.sagradafamilia.c at/sf-eng/docs_serveis/informacio.php