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... disappointed not to be allowed to stop!! Our map was pretty useless when it came to city navigation so we put our trust in Doris the sat nav and hoped for the best when it came to finding the best route around Barcelona…….true to form she took us straight through the middle!!!!! This was not a pleasant experience and nerves were frayed by the time we eventually arrived at our campsite at Vilanova i la geltru.
... ask for. We were shown into the only available room to find it was the 'superiour' room complete with its own sitting room and huge marble fireplace. We were quite thirsty after our busy day of sightseeing and had a few beers before heading out for dinner. Fancied something simple and found a lovely restaurant with gorgeous fresh salad bar. Also had a 'traditional' catalan dish which turned out to be bacon, cabbage and spuds - spanish style ! You can take the ...
We were both really tired today but had to get some washing and motorhousework done before we could sit in the sun. We had a nice long breakfast outside ( and a nice long lunch) then our peace was shattered by the arrival of what we assume to be a school party of Spanish teenagers!!
They occupied some chalets further down from us, girls ...
... and vibrant.
A large 'extension' to the city centre was built in the 1890's and some of these buildings are beautiful - better than Paris???
We went for a wander along the Ramblas and suddenly there were sirens sounding everywhere - the Denney curse had ...
... a few snippets of what we learned on our free walking tour. Barcelona is in the Catalan Region of Spain and has its own language, history and culture. The Catalans have been the underdogs of Spain for centuries. Whenever there was a war to be fought they ended up supporting the wrong side and never managed to win their independence. The language was outlawed at various points in history but now children learn Catalan as well as Spanish in school. They are a ...