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... are a good number of tourists about and lots of locals as it is a Saturday. Esther thinks things will be just as busy on Monday and later but I find that hard to believe.
We cabbed it to the Palau de la Musica Catalona. We were in time for the last tour of the day in English. It is a small theatre, holding but 2, 146. Its colours are great and the shading of light. No opera is performed here for two reasons: there is an opera building in town and there ...
... spectacular display of light, music, and water acrobatics which starts at about 9.30pm and continues for about 2 hours. This is a huge tourist attraction and there would have been about 1,000 people there for the first half hour or so. It then calmed down and was very pleasant to watch.
We took a four hour bike tour around the city area showing us all the key features. This was great and gave us some interesting ...
We have a great sleep as they have mechanical blinds on the outside of the windows so the room stays nice and dark and quiet :-). We struggled to get up, but we managed to allow enough time to catch a train to the meeting point in the central town. We didn't have time for breakfast so we grabbed something from a local cafe. Then we were soon on our way on this walking tour. We had a great tour guide who was originally from ...
... though. To accompany this each street also has a different band or DJ and all the bars offer drinks in plastic cups so that you can wander through and take it all in. The night was absolutely amazing and getting home at 3am meant it was going to be a slow start to the next day.
Hangover!! After such an awesome night you have to pay the consequences but it was totally worth it, feeling pretty average we didn't get going until about midday.
... grabbed my bag from the guy's room and found a train to Valencia at 10 AM. I booked a hostel, vented to a friend back home about the night, and went off. No sleep, just frustrations. I took the long way to the station to kill some time and arrived an hour later.
After a sweet nap on a train bench (nothing like Switzerland, this one was inside...breathe easy, mom) I jumped on a train to Valencia.
At first, I left with bitter feelings towards Barca. Like I ...