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... 300 year Anniversary of Catalunya! We walked all around the city and there were 2 million extra people in the city all protesting Spain's rule and the peoples' desire to be their own country. The people all wore red and yellow and stood in a giant V in the street and made human towers and chanted and sang in the streets. Later that night went to a free T-Pain concert and got to be front row!
Friday, we journeyed to Sitges, ...
... I didn’t really feel like bacon and eggs so went with a Spanish omelette. It wasn’t what I expected. It came out as an omelette broken up into pieces and stuffed into a baguette! I ate half of it but it was a bit gluggy. Eli had bacon and eggs etc. We had a bit of trouble paying – in France when we used cards we never had to put in a pin, just sign. Over here it seemed that we had to put in a pin. It wasn’t working very well with the guy last night and ...
... waving stopped when MerceDansa began and as the sun set we watched as various different troupes including Pastorets, Bastoners and Gitanes went through their routines, some stately and elegant, others wild and dangerous looking.
One of the La Merce highlights of the day was the Pasejada de Bestjes de Foc, a parade of the beasts of fire, many of which would be appearing in Correfoc the following night, most of whom where accompanied by taballaders. ...
... by my hosts to go to the park. They're so awesome. I hopped on the nearby metro line L3. The way they suggested led me to a street with some escalators that take up to the top of the park!!
Finally, some shadiness happened at the metro today. I've been so paranoid this whole time, but this mastermind criminal just gave himself away. OK, I couldn't confirm that he was indeed a criminal because I outsmarted him, but let's just assume he was ...
Below are some pictures of a neighborhood called El Born. A couple of friends and I walked around this neighborhood after eating brunch at a place called Picnic. I had been craving American brunch and this place hit the spot! It was filled with American and Australian ex-pats. We are going back on Sunday. Yum!
The pictures of the church are my favorite. Check out my descriptions of them for more ...