Arc De Triomf
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It's better preserved than the French ones!
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... not specifying which products, so we head over to check it out. Two attempts in we give up – it is already lunch time and this is starting to feel like a wild gas-chase. As long as the hot weather continues in Spain, we decide we can cope with salads, wraps etc. We drive back near the park from last night, where we notice it states its opening hours as 6am to midnight – oops, didn’t see that yesterday – and cycle into the centre using ...
... is retained. The view form the rooftop is great.
Next stop is a short walk to the Magic Fountain. A truly beautiful set of water falls and fountains cascading down in front of the Art Museum.The Venice Towers add to the amazing views. The setting sun now casts a orange glow over the city creating some impressive sights.
What a day. We walked about 15ks today so after tea we dont venture out, but take a rest.
According to the weather ...
Simultaneous alarms going off at 5am (neither of us trusted the other to set it properly) is not my idea of fun. Doubly annoying as was wide awake at 3am and just managed to get back to sleep. Still, getting up so early for work is a drag but for a holiday...not so bad. We shower and drag our cases down to the car park of the Premier Inn for the very short drive to Terminal 2. Check in is quick and so is security. Peters holiday hat gets crushed ...
... also weren´t too expensive. After walking to the market, I hated them to pieces. My heels were forming blisters and so it was getting to be quite painful to walk around. I had planned to visit the beach and a few other places in the area but I just wanted to go back to the hostel and change into my thongs. So I cheated and took the subway all the way back to the hostel. Once in my favourite $3 sequinned thongs, I decided to go to La Sagrada Familiar, the most famous attraction ...
... another t-shirt or two they set off on a parade making an impressive racket that we could still hear after we’d got down the steps despite having walked in the opposite direction to them.
The train back to Barcelona was on time and we went straight through to Poblenou to leave our stuff in the hotel and then returned to the city centre where there was a parade of Falcons due to pass through Placa Nova by the cathedral which is where we ...