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... Museum of Modern Art. It was no Picasso, or even that modern, but it did reaffirm what I have been thinking for awhile - I am seriously lacking sculpture in my life.
After the museum I strolled over to Placa De Catalunya. This is a big square right in the middle of the city center. There are beautiful fountains, flowers and sculptures. I spent a little time people watching and then took a stroll down La Rambla. La Rambla is a ...
... also learn French, and some even a fourth language. It puts Aussies to shame I feel!!
Anyway, back to Barcelona, the Catelonian part of Barcelona has a population of 1.4 Million while the total city has around 2.6 million, giving a total population of around 4 million. Spain overall apparently has around 46 million people.
Getting back to the tour, along with many historical and major ornate buildings, we also visited the massive ...
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... by the tourism traffic that runs all the time.
While in Barcelona we stayed in an area of the city known as Gracia. It wasn’t until after we had left Barcelona did I realize that two characters of The Shadow of the Wind took a tram to this quaint, hip part of Barcelona. It is frustrating, in a good way, to have to rely on my imagination and Google images to envision what Gracia looked like over 60 years ago. ...
... Barcelonetta area, by the water. We are very close to Plaza Santa Maria framed on one side by a beautiful huge church and tapas cafés opposite it, closer to our street. We found good shopping for meat, cheese and fruit and veggies all within a block, so it'll be easy to shop as we go. Poor Megan has been hit with a cold so she stayed in, happy to veg and watch our one English tv channel. She's always happy to steal a little solitude when she can which is good. ...