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... lights that when combined were very pretty. It was nice, but nothing at all compared to The World of Color at Disneyland! When the 20 minute show ended, we decided to explore the area some more, and wound our way through a hiking trail up to the city hall building (I think) that was up a hill directly above the fountain. The area was very nice. We found a great panoramic view of the city and a great place to watch the water show again but from higher up. It was a warm evening so instead ...
... to Park Güell which is the best place to witness Gaudí architecture. Usually there are impressive views of the city too, but unfortunately this wasn't really to be seen.
And this is where my return to the city ended. It had been very interesting and surprisingly busy time and there is much to see in the city. If the weather had been great it would have been the icing on the cake, but even without that it was still a great ...
... of La Rambla we circled back down to the Universitat de Barcelona. It's interesting to see the differences between the Catalan language and regular Espanol, as the Catalans seem to simply change a few letters in words to make it their own terms, like Universitat rather than Universidad. We found this to be similar throughout Barcelona. The university was unimpressive but sort of cool to see at the same time. It was very small and the bookstore was as big as our bedroom back ...
... set off for La Boqueria, yet another Market! We love this place. We went on a mission to find our favorite “spice Lady”…..gone. Her store was closed up. So sad. We found the same pimento we like from a different storefront and bought it! Now, off to find our favorite Gelateria. OH NO…gone. We both remember the location as being at the front entrance to the market. Not there, replaced ...
... FIFA world footballer of the year x 4. The stadium itself is massive although some seats struggle to see the whole field, especially those in the corner. Tickets to a game are not expensive. They were selling some to the first game of next season and they were only EUR19 (NZ$32). This afternoon we were pretty tired so most of us slept. Tonight however we walked to find a place for dinner and Kate and I had our first Paella. Very much a Spanish national dish which is ...