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... I'd also discovered a nearby Supermarcado on my return trip and purchased six 500ml stubbies for the sum of €3.29!
After a quick freshen up, we headed out and found a nearby eatery and enjoyed a delish meal concluding another long and busy day.
At this stage, I can't say the Barcelona Bug has quite bitten me. We are somewhat away from the main areas, though I get a sense that this city has delights in every direction. Let's see what the next few days ...
... but unfortunately they couldn't replace my screen as it had already been replaced with an after market screen,
After lunch and a siesta we headed to mar bella beach which was packed. Lots of people were nude. Gotta love Spain! We didn't join in but had a swim and lay on the beach for a while.
Headed home for dinner and a quiet night ...
... the five main beaches and several smaller ones.
Museum of Archeology
Casc antic (old part of the city)
Roman amphitheatre--The Roman amphitheatre, next to the sea, was built in the second century.
Major Events Tarragona International Dixieland Festival. the week before Holy Week, end of march. he unique Dixieland festival in Spain and one of the most important in Europe: 25 bands and 100 concerts. edit
... the luggage since we knew it was overweight, rather than risk getting yelled at in German at the gate. Flight was fine, boys were wild, I tried to nap... So tired today!! We arrived and got the luggage back (whew!) and grabbed a cab. Easy ride into the city, and to our hotel, hotel montecarlo at the top of las ramblas. It is pretty swanky and it was nice for someone to greet us, manage the luggage, etc.. Rooms were ready so we checked in, we have 2 doubles. Karl immediately ...
... free. I catch up with him for a while and then get ready to go to a house party – I have an invite from Jorge, an Ecuadorian guy living in Barcelona who I met in San Sebastian. Another instance of awesome travel connections providing an opportunity for good times. It is Jorge’s and Vanessa’s (one of his flatmates) farewell. They are going back home after spending a year in Barcelona. About 50 people are in the house and I’m immersed yet again ...