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... and an Irish play called, Alone it Stands which is based on the win. It's impressive how this provincial circa 1976 win against the All Blacks is etched in the Irish psyche, and probably ours too as we told them we'd stopped at the Munster ground for photos. We were off on the green route at 2.40pm and the trip took 2 hours 20 minutes. We got off at the point we'd got on, which is at the top of La Rambla and walked home, buying ice creams then sliced kiwi fruit from stalls. We ...
... s Casa Batllo and other buildings. Had dinner by La Pedrera which was swathed in construction curtains. - paella and churro a and tapas. Good. Walked home and through Rambla and side streets for take away coffee and macaron. Back in hotel by 10 ish. Noisy ...
... told us it was just info for wheelchairs. I just wanted to ask her to talk to that guy when I called again. So I asked a policeman and he did it for me. It turned out that we were supposed to find a guy in a green shirt (with some other logo) who was sitting in the waiting area nearby. He did not have a sign with our name nor did he have a sign with A2Btransfers on it. Instead he had a piece of paper with nine different logos of different companies on it and A2Btransferes was ...
... Gavina, inside (away from the smokers). Snooty staff, but the size of the meals, pfffft, skip the entre. We both ordered Paella (one fish, one meat). They were shown to us in the paella dish, then whisked away and served on a plate - what the??? They were good, but still not as good as the ones Auntie Viv or Blair can whip up (and @ EUR20 each!) We left the restaurant after 11pm! Eating very late these days! Walk home along the foreshore was a little fresh but still ...
... We were overwhelmed, awed by the majesty and brilliance!
As as a follow-up, we walked to the playful Park Guell, another of Gaudi's masterpieces, a huge park filled with whimsical buildings, bridges, arches, waterworks, pathways lined with flowers & bushes and palm trees with squawking green parrots hiding among the leaves!
We also wandered around ...