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... Torre Agbar. The building itself and the surrounding area was pretty cool! There was a small park that had foot ping pong tables, which is exactly what it sounds like. They also had a suuuuper busy, but cool looking street market. Once I saw what I wanted to, I headed towards Tetuan.
At Tetuan, I saw Arc de Triomf in the distance and walked that way. Once I got to the Arc, I realized it was the beginning of Parc de la Ciutadella. The park was beautiful! ...
... get there we had to climb a massive hill but luckily for us they had put in escalators. We made it to the top and bought some lunch and some fresh fruit. We arrived to the park and it wasn't what I had imagined. It wasn't a massive vast green area more like a desert. But we found a place to sit and had lunch.
We walked around the park taking photos of Gaudi's work. Again very impressive and different. But what we didn't know is you had ...
... veggies, spices, seafood, meat, tapas, and more. We scattered and all tried different things. It was pretty busy so we took off to our next stop after we had had enough. We met up with the group at El Corte Ingles (massive department store) and looked around for a bit. Each floor of the store is dedicated to specific themes such as accessories, women's, men's, shoes, home goods, etc. If you're not careful you can ...
... monks are still resident here.
Many major columns were covered in small columns to provide a more esthetic but sober look. Gothic arches were prevalent. The kitchen was between the rectories of the monks and the lay brothers.
The main cloister and washing pavillion provided some outside space. Along the arched areas are tombs of wealthy patrons of the monastery, an odd effect.
The chapter house dates from the 18th c. The ...
... to walk there. It took us longer plus we stopped for brunch around the corner, probably the least enjoyable meal we've had on holiday and making it worse was that Ang's meal didn't have three of the advertised ingredients in it. It was worth the meal and walk to get to Pl. Espanya. The structures are outstanding. We spent a lot of time soaking up the views, not only of the immediate area, but the elevated nearby views of Barcelona. We took ...