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We had our bike tour today at 11am which was something we were both looking forward to. It's a great way to see a city and Barcelona is so flat. We left the hotel around 10am and walked to the meeting point. There were a lot of people gathered, more than Paris but we were quickly put into groups. We had a guy called Ben from Wales who was a fun guide and really knowledgeable. We were ...
... older men playing boules. And people walking their kids and dogs. Onto metro and then to the Port.... Very busy as many off to the beach... Certainly beach weather at 29 degrees. Lots very expensive luxury yachts and a very pretty view. A hard day as it was hot and u was very sore. Had some food and sat again for awhile.... Saw the Police do a swoop on all the African bag sellers who peddle gear on the side walk..... All ...
... and movie posters. It was pretty much all in Spanish or Catalan though, so after walking past one row, we decided it was time to head for lunch.
We started walking towards the coast through the El Raval neighborhood. I’ve read that it’s a bit like Williamsburg in Brooklyn was a few years ago. It’s a kind of beat up neighborhood that’s starting to gentrify and in a few years will be priced out of reach of the folks that live ...
... of the façade the main door is made up of a large Gothic arch with archivolts. There is a sculpture of Christ over the mullion and images of the twelve apostles are arranged along the sides of the door together with numerous figures representing kings, prophets, angels and saints. Of the eight stained-glass windows on the façade, some are modernist and others, like the famous Noli me tangere by Bartolomé Bermejo, are from the Renaissance. The ...
... was about 1/2 hour late but very good, easy flight of 1.5 hours. Even Vee Sid it was a good flight Arrived at Barcelona at about 12.30pm to be greeted by our transfer car. Driven by Juan-Carlos to our hotel, the Pulitzer. Juan gave us some good tips and information about Barcelona. Were told that lunch is usually eaten between 1-3pm and dinner 9-11pm! They have their siesta between these ...