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... are still used today by medical research organizations while others are reserved for tourist visitation. Long story short on this one: if you’re in Barcelona, visit this place because it’s beautiful and weird and inexplicable and there are hardly any tourists there (probably because of the weird/inexplicable thing).
We capped off our day with a quick buzz through the Sagrada Familia (which was, for the third time, jaw-dropping). ...
... but I did see some interesting species.
We shared a fruit platter there as we had really only just had breakfast. We then negotiated the rail and went to the Maritime Museum which had a recreation of one of the oar powered ships from the 1500's or thereabouts. It was really interesting. Many of the displays were closed and we have to go back the next day to get on one of the ships.Thee were some love,y old vessels there though. We ran ...
... and finally ended up in a park. It was an engaging and interesting tour. In the afternoon we wandered around the town for a few hours looking in the shops and also going for afternoon tea at an amazing chocolate/donut shop.
The next day we went to Montjuic and the gardens around it. We started at the Magic fountain, which wasn't all that magical as the gardeners were in the process of digging up the grass around it. We walked around the Museum ...
... spending time in foreign countries, being immersed in different cultures and learning about their customs.
Barcelona is an amazing city. We spent seven days there and it was a whirlwind of late nights, sleep ins, great times and greater people. We were set to depart the next morning but it was not only the city that we'd be saying goodbye to but also the country. We were leaving Spain again but this time we were not set to return. My travel highlights reel is growing with ...
... late because the Spanish have a big break in the middle of the day called siesta. 10pm is usual for dinner & they start drinking at midnight. Around the corner from our hostel I find my first Spanish churros with chocolate. They are like a long skinny cinnamon donut deep fried you dip in chocolate. No the best I've had, pretty oily. I'll find some authentic ones tomorrow. It's after midnight by the time we do our washing in the bathroom basin & get to ...