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... are all needing a little retail therapy for various things, so the strip along Gracia is quite good for this, so we head up one side and back the other, with the families and couples out doing their normal things, not so much camera wielding foreigners out looking for that elusive souvenir or unique picture. It is really the experience of being somewhere different that appeals to us as much as these ...
... Ramblas took us down near the port and we walked and walked and walked until we found the beach. After some swimming and lying around we walked down the beach a little further, played a couple of pickup basketball games with an Italian and found dinner by the massive fish/whale sculpture on the beach. By now it was about 7 and our friend Andrew from Cambridge was meeting us in the Catalunya plaza around 9:30 so we started waking back. We took a different route ...
... Richard was ready to chew his arm off so wanted to get something to eat. We found a restaurant about 100 metres away and had a feed and then bought some supplies for breakfast of muesli, milk, bread and jam for the morning. This looks like a great location in the old part of town. No cars, only pedestrians due to the narrow streets but plenty of European, English and US tourists. A great vibe that we will explore in the ...
... until I agreed to switch tickets. But I knew that switching seats at this point, to go exit the stadium, find her husband, trade tickets with him, go back in, and find my way to the upper deck would easily take 15 minutes. And I didn’t want to miss that much of the match. So the only way I could think to make her go away was to tell her I’d trade at halftime.
She finally left, which was a relief, and I spent the rest ...
... it was for females only but this performance was mainly a guy, at first it was a couple but then the guy did a solo for 20 minutes. A guy sang the whole time and the music was made from a guitar and clapping which was really cool. Our last first day in Barcelona we started off with breakfast at the hostel, which is also very poor. We then walked around and went shopping in the little stores and walked around different areas. We stopped in the Cathedral, if you go ...