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- Kids pool
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... t think of anything and started trying to speak German. What the heck brain?! Anyway... We arrived at the hostel and met John, who helps run the place. He immediately sat down with us and a map and pointed out tons of stuff, including a tapas place to go eat at. We had the best tapas! And it was super cheap! I'm not 100% sure what everything was! but it was all good. And we are back to having better beer, no offense Africa. We spent our first full day here exploring all things ...
... closest to our hotel, where we ascended from the metro depths back into the real world for a latish coffee and breaky. Sanity had indeed returned.
We rambled around the beachfront in the other direction to last night's wander. The broad paths located beside the even broader sandy beach are a haven for walkers and those on a variety of wheels -bikes, rollerblades, segways and skateboards roll past endlessly in both directions. It seems those in this city, either permanents ...
... having a drink and feasting on delicious tapas! Our hotel is very modern and very, very nice. A bit different to what we've experienced thus far. It is surrounded by shops, much to the delight of Claire, though Peter scored well with a pair of Sperry Topsiders at a real bargain price! Barcelona is proud of its modernist architecture, and the crown jewel has to be the church of ...
... Maria del Mar. Two interesting things about the Basilica were the statue of Mary next to the altar and the ceilings. The statue of Mary has an old ship placed at its base. In the past, sailors would place little models of their ships at the base of the statue for a good voyage. The ceilings were interesting because they were charred. When the Civil War broke out in the 1930s, the Catholic Church sided with Franco.....no clue why that happened. So, ...
We started this morning a bit more fresh than yesterday, and realized there was a great local cafe right next to our apartment. We ordered our breakfast in Spanish like pros (dos cafés con leches and a croissant and bocadillo) and planned our itinerary for the day... Which was pretty light! Bellies full, we sauntered over to Santa Maria del Pi, perhaps not the most direct way, and bought tickets for a concert featuring a well known ...