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... himself a satchel bag for going to work which is made from the colourful vinyl festival and cultural banners from around the city. We decided to throw his Haviana's in since he hasn't worn them and on the postage declaration we wrote a bag and thongs. The postal worker didn't speak or read any English and as pointing to our feet didn't work, Jus tried using Google Translate to get across to her what thongs are. He typed in thongs and it translated ...
... a restored wooden sailing ship dating from 1918.
o Av de les Drassanes
o Open 10am–8pm daily
4. Palau Güell--For an artist, a wealthy patron spells survival. The luck of young Gaudí turned when count Eusebi Güell recognized his talents. In 1886, Güell commissioned Gaudí to build a mansion that would set the count apart from his wealthy neighbours. The result is the Palau Güell, one of Gaudí’s earliest works. An imposing façade ...
Video Girl and Battery Boy had an early rise this morning as they had many things to do. One of those things was a visit to Pere Quera Jewelers where Video Girl was going to purchase a beautiful time piece for Battery Boy's birthday. Unlike Battery Boy's acquisition of the art piece at the Guggenheim Museum there were no alarms or frantic security guards. In fact there was more security at Pere Quera than the Guggenheim, with a secure vault area for people ...
... the stairs and for some reason there were no hand rails so it was a little scary, but we made it. Inside there were these amazing stained glass windows, which shone beautifully. From here it was off to the stadium that F.C Barcelona play in. We entered and were instantly mesmerised. This place was so big. We were in the change rooms and saw the showers and everything. Then we walked down and had a photo with the replica champions league ...
... beach was still pretty busy with people all evening. We wandered up the main drag, called 'Las Ramblas' like Barcelona for dinner and decided to have posh hamburgers, as we wanted a break from incessant tapas.
The next day we caught the train to Barcelona for a day's sightseeing. We hadn't booked anything so the queue for Sangria Familia was around the block when we got there. We decided not to join the queue and admired it ...