Hotel del Comte
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... and famous one, where I went to the supermarket yesterday and the kinder, gentler version full of more trees and space than people. I prefer the latter. Some pics are included of my stroll.
Outfits for the Gym
Surprisingly, for all the shoes I normally bring--always too many--I forgot to bring shoes I could wear to the gym! So I stopped by the shop across from the Wok to Walk and got a couple of snazzy red plus cool white and blue shoes ...
... taken place. It feels very mystical in there. We saw the Cathedral of Barcelona which is very beautiful. The outside is so intricately decorated, it's amazing how they hold up so well despite the weather. Opposite the cathedral of barcelona is the only Picasso public art work in the city, it is stick figure art and looks like a 5 year old made it. The ugly building is ironically the architects building! Next stop, Santa Maria del ...
... was once a real bullring. Aptly named 'Arenas de Barcelona' there are great views from the top. The 'Arenas' is situated right beside the Placa Espanya which is a huge round about. The magnificent buildings lead to a major avenue going to the 'Magic fountains' and some other amazing buildings in Montjuic Park. Luckily for some, Naomi didn't have to climb all the stairs as there were escalators. Hiding between the shrubbery!!! At the top there are fabulous views stretching to ...
... We ate lunch before going inside. Dean couldn't resist one of the desserts on display... A giant bowl of strawberries and whipped cream!
It was very nice being so high up on the mountain, looking through the monastery, etc. I really enjoyed the trip - I'm glad we chose it as an extra. I bought Nana a set of emerald green rosary beads.
Our evening out at a Flamenco show was great, too. We enjoyed a buffet dinner ...
But most likely they are. That's how you figure out Barcelona! and what iv'e done a lot of the past couple days. It is seriously the best way to see the city, you see really cool stuff, I'm constantly discovering different things to do, architecture, parks, etc. It's nice cause their really isn't a "bad" part of the city. You have to be more careful at night but mostly, just of prostitutes.
I wondered around today and saw the Torre Agbar, a ...
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