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... a way to distance themselves from the rest of Spain). He said the arena was now a shopping mall of sorts with stores and restaurants (of course Jenny thought we should check it out). We made it in no time to our hotel as the streets were mostly deserted. We checked In, luckily they had a room ready, and we all crashed for the next six hours! If it wasn't for Jenny crashing right along side of us, I dare to question whether Billy and I are... wait for it... just getting ...
... they could call 112 to seek assistance Damn - I'd left my mobile phone in the room. So I stayed close to shore just to be sure (to be sure).
This was to be our final night in Barcelona so we decided to wander a km or so to the restaurant we'd first visited for lunch on our first day. Another lovely evening followed as we were attentively served by a delightful Pakistani-born owner who recalled our previous visit.
We probably ...
Today was another day of the tour bus.
So we hopped out of our beds that were a pools of sweat and walked over to the bus.
We hopped on the bus and drove to the beach and ran into the beach after sitting down and setting up.
It is always not too cold and not too warm it is always that perfect cool temperature that you can swim in, ...
... International Fireworks Displays Competition. first week of July. The most important fireworks contest in the Mediterranean area is held every first week of July in Tarragona, in a wonderful bay -Punta del Miracle-, a place praised by the famous architect Antoni Gaudí. The competition selects six international pyrotechnic companies every year. edit
Santa Tecla Festival. between 15th and 23rd September. One of the most important Spanish traditional festival, ...
... bread. Simple yet tasty. If you ever wander down to Sant Antoni, make it a point to stop by at Bar Mane!
A short ride on the Metro (a 10 ride pass was more than sufficient for us- alot of Barcelona is walkable) and a transfer got us to the Les Corts station. Our destination was not immediately obvious, hidden behind apartment blocks but a few blocks from the station, it came into view.
Camp Nou. Home of FC Barcelona. They need no introduction being one of ...