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... would be an initial recky to help get the lay of the land. One of the difficulties in the two driving experiences thus far, was I wasn't really able to get my bearings coz the focus was firmly on the road ahead and staying out of trouble. There are the tourist buses available but I didn't want to spend a full days charge on the half day I had available, so set off on foot along the in the general direction of the city centre.
I was immediately drawn to a soccer game ...
... been in everyday previous to that. It was still hot but there was a breeze and wasn't bright outside. We went to the park and saw that it was 8 euros to go into the section that we had gone into last night and decided there was no reason to go back. We went up into the trees and walked to a bunch of viewpoints and then it started raining. After park guell, we went to la sagrada familia. on our way there I saw a post card of a giant market and sophie said she had been there before ...
... the sand with some alcohol bottles,people were even doing their own picnic. Was a lovely environment.
We decided to explore a Barcelona Club which seemed to be very popular called the Catwalk Club. Barcelona clubs only get busy around 1:00 or 2:00am due to the hot weather people tend to eat late and then they go out for drinks before hitting the clubs.
Entry before 12 is ...
... to start off our trip. (See Pictures).
At the end of our tour, I realized I had not eaten anything or had any water in more than 12 hours and it was a blistering 85 degrees. We needed to find a restaurant, stat. We walking just around the corner and picked the one that looked the best: Jamon y Vino (Ham and Wine). It was sooooo good. Spain is known for its tapas and so we got pollo y miel (chicken w/honey), Jamon con pan y tomate (ham with bread and ...
... my dad and I had a slightly different take... we both wondered if he perhaps suffered a stroke around age 18. Just not our taste I guess, but I loved his early works on display- truly a master whether or not you're a fan of his later style. The museum is also in a great old building, worth the visit for sure. Our last day we did a lot of wandering, shopping and getting lost, as well as another tour that deserves ...