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... out and glided through the dark steerts, lit with bright bars and alfresco seating and chatter. I'd read about a lagoon, south of Valencia by 15km which sounded like a peaceful spot to park up in, so we drove over, locating a semi deserted street amongst high rise apartment blocks, with dark windows. Of course there's a bit of edginess in some of the cities, although plenty of tourists were flashing expensive camera kit in Barcelona. As we left the edge of Valencia, ...
... and I like it. It's very uniform, the streets are wide which makes me feel comfortable, no smells to comment on yet :) OHHHH WAIT! Spain = cigarettes - hands down. Looks like I'm immune already because I almost forgot! I love it here!!!! I feel like a new gal! All refreshed with the enthusiasm I approached Lisbon with. Got settled and headed out. Similar to Valencia the city comes alive after dark. I was looking for something cheap for dinner but I think I'm located in ...
... some more of Gaudi's architecture including Casa Batllo and La Pedrera, and Camp Nou, home of FC Barcelona. We were able to get on and off the bus to see parts of the tour where we wanted to spend more time. The tour offered some magnificent views and a different perspective for our last day in this beautiful ...
... I guess wind-chill is a big factor here, but it felt like 15, and yet, everywhere there were people sitting around in shorts and t-shirts!..... Bloody hell!
Barcelona is a complex city - ...
... look interesting and appear to have more employment and the associated benefits. I must look up what the ruins in Roses are, as it appears quite significant with a walled section and perhaps a moat? It is very charming in Spain to see ruins of castles frequently on hill tops either in town or dotted around the countryside all with a story or two to tell of battles won and eventually most lost.
Barcelona whilst having pockets of interest felt just like another ...