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... midlevel castle that was from the 13th. We decided to rent audio guides- it might have been my first but will not be my last! They are excellent! The experience is so much richer when you have interesting information to listen to! I don’t think my Dad would rent these for us when we were young traveling. I think he said they were too expensive? 3 euro for a whole lot of knowledge is priceless to this grown little lady.
... out! imagine your hand caught in those, ouch!
I noticed after a number of dances that people were beginning to look up the street towards the Cathedral behind us. As we have balconies on each side, I look down and find people climbing up.
...on other people! It is the castellers assembling to walk through the square about 3 or 4 people high in formation. As the last stick dancers leave the stage, these castellers move through ...
... 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. ...
... them but it gave us something to talk about.
We had dinner near the water, paella and beer (do as the natives do) and it was the end of a big day. Off to bed for hopefully a good nights sleep.
Sorry I am having a couple of technical glitches with photos, seems the new iPad doesn't like uploading from the camera, probably just apples way of making more money....... Stay tuned, I will get some photos soon xx (photos uploaded at the end of the trip).
... I am bringing my litter brother home a Barcelona Soccer Jersey! He is going to love it and be so surprised.
We stopped in the Boqueria Market, which is one of the better known markets in Barcelona. Filled with locals, tourist and vendors La Boqueria was the market we went to go check out.The
official name of the market is Mercat de Sant Josep. La Boqueria is now one of Barcelona’s largest public markets with over 100 stalls located right on Las Ramblas. I mean I ...