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... was buzzing with activity, even on a Saturday night. Went to a club last night but the clan and I were disappointed with the techno/ lack of American music so we left pretty quickly. Today we dedicated to the works of Antonio Goudi. We went and saw two of his famous works, not sure what they were called, then spent several hours going through his unfinished masterpiece, La Sagrada Familia. This church is by far the coolest building I have ever seen. I purchased ...
... ham, cheese and egg with a leafy green salad and tomatoes. The main course was steak, beans and salad leaves so we ordered some pommes frites which were delicious. Dessert was an apple tart with crème anglaise, with Brad ordering some vanilla ice-cream to go with his. It was such good value and the service was quick and friendly.
Although the evening spectacular, La Cinéscénie, did not start until 10:30pm we had been informed that we should arrive ...
... difficult to get out of the park with so many people watching the final show but we did so easily and returned to our accommodation for the night.
As this has been written the morning after, we are soon to return for another day - you need at least two. Many people were wearing special lanyards which Brad presumes is an annual pass which costs only €76 per adult - good value if you lived in France.
Photos will follow as we need to head back now. ...
A cycle around the town revealed a huge flea market in progress with hundreds of browsers and stall holders enjoying he interaction.
We were considering our evening options to keep WiFi going, as I had a problem getting French SIM card to work as it had been inactive since May. Orange France has a 2Gig monthly top up which expires at end of 28 days whereas Orange Spain has no expiry on your credit.
At the end of the analysis ...
... out too, it does not have the 'city centre' feel of Rennes or the much smaller Vannes so navigating the streets does not come intuitively, instead it seems like you are walking from square to square and area to area rather than enjoying one city centre. There are some really grand buildings, but very few Breton style wooden buildings to see in the city (or at least we did not see many). One area that does stand out is the ...