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... the west side of Barcelona. We took lots of photos while we let the girls sleep in. Afterwards we grabbed the girls and headed to to Barcelona Aquarium. They have some pretty good size sharks there! Next up was the long promised afternoon of shopping. We started at El Corte Ingles, the huge Spanish department store. After several hours and about nine floors of shopping, we headed up the Passeig de Gracia for even more shopping. We were ...
... so we while a way some time with one of our other favourite passtimes - all things techno! and we justify our visit by replacing the camera battery that I Mari washed with her pants while doing some washing in Grenada.
Fly to Frankfurt. I have my last my last Starbucks and througogy enjoy typing this on my MediaMarkt Valencia bluetooth ...
... to go with it - grand total E2.68 (the macaroon was charged by its weight.... not sure why).
Continued our stroll after another coffee and onto the 'boardwalk'.... eyed off all the restaurants along the beachside... where will we have lunch???? Some how we also seem to be thinking of our next meal!!
We have worked out that we need to be seated by 2.30pm at the latest as many restaurants close at 4pm for the afternoon siesta. Anyway after more of a ...
... downloaded some pictures from websites and photographed some postcards, so you at least get something. As most people would know the most well-known Barcelonian (is there such a word?) is Antoni Gaudi, and his works are studded throughout the city. His most famous work, the Expiatory Temple of the Sagrada Familia (to give it its full name) was undergoing extensive construction, but even so you could only marvel at the imagination of this man. On my last day I went up ...
... the buildings are a consistent 7 stories high and with every window comes a cast iron railed balcony. Unique to Barcelona is the large grid of city blocks whose buildings at every street corner has been cut off at 45 degrees, thereby enlarging street intersections into brighter open spaces. And ever since Spain landed on the world stage with the Barcelona Olympics and the Seville World's Fair, cities such as Barcelona have ...
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