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... in the park for a long time, bought some popsicles, then went to find some real food back on La Rambla. There’s a big market in the center of the street and it has a different meats and cheeses and fruit and seafood and nuts and all nature of delicious yummy things. I hadn’t been feeling terribly well all morning so I was a party pooper and had us walk back to the ship so I could take a snooze. In Barcelona and she retreats to her cruise ship to nap… what a cool ...
... the rest of the stuff away, happy to have a good cheap grocery store lunch. We went upstairs for a little while before realizing we had exactly 30 minutes to get to the 2pm free walking tour, which was 2 train rides away. We fast walked through town, got our trains and made it with not a minute to spare. They divided everyone into 2 groups so Issy and I were with a girl called Ruby who had bright blue hair. The first place we went was the square in front of ...
... this week and our combined score out of 10.
Our Tapas For the Week:
Milano salami on bread (7/10)
Cheese with ham and more cheese (9/10)
Cheese with strawberry sauce on bread (7/10)
Patatas bravas (7.5/10)
Deep fried squid (6/10)
Garlic and parsley prawns (7.5/10)
Crispy chicken with sausage and pepper (7.5/10)
A three-cheese croquette (6.5/10)
Marinate pork brochette ...
... center of the park. Another project this fellow worked out was the mosaic art which was one huge, curving, weaving bench around this outdoor terrace. Thousands and thousands of tiles and various materials. Hundreds of colors.
Apparently this J guy has asked Galdi how he wanted him to handle certain projects or what he wanted him to do. Galdi basically told him, I hired you to do this, use your creative talent and get it done! So this J guy told ...
... so permits)! Honestly, it was a very satisfying experience. Also a great opportunity for those of you who are more camera-handy; being in the presence of Gaudi's work.
Continuing with the Gaudi hype, in the evening, we decided to go on a little walk-about to look for the Casa Batllˇ. We actually ended up taking a huge detour, and had to walk down Passeig de GrÓcia - this is essentially the "high street" of Barcelona, so if you're able to walk into ...