H10 Delfin Park
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... along the promenade to find ice cream, unfortunately, Lorna managed to kick a lump of concrete in her flip flops and the concrete won!! A nasty lump out of the end of her pinky which has meant a bit of limping and lots of germolene and salt baths to try and sort it out!! It's much better after 5 days and now more of a nuisance than anything else... We went for a posh night last night and headed to a fancy restaurant on the front, both of ...
... basically the normal 1st team... The atmosphere was really good considering that majority of the ground was probably full of tourists and they had a fireworks show to kick it all of, not sure if this is something they do at every home game but it's bloody impressive.. The game itself was pretty good, Barcelona dominated and it could have been about 4-0 after 10 minutes but stayed 0-0, eventually Neymar managed to score and the place erupted,15 minutes ...
... which there was a traffic circle. We debated going back, but all agreed it would not be worth the hassle.
We continued on to the largest town in the area -- Falset -- which has a whopping population approaching 3,000 people. We wanted to visit a couple of wine shops, but everything seemed shut down for the Spanish version of siesta. We explored, instead, visiting the small castle overlooking the town and sneaking in some outstanding gelato. The wine ...
... of trying not to. The Catalan flag was flying everywhere and displayed on balconies everywhere we went. In fact, I was not to even see a Spanish flag until we arrived at our hotel in Barcelona two days later, it was flying at a lower pole than the Catalan flag, on equal level with the EU flag. During the course of our time in Spain...sorry, Catalonia...we would have multiple occasions to speak with locals about the situation, and it was all ...
... Now we had eaten late -- in my book -- in Portugal, with dinner usually around 7:30pm. In Spain, 9:00pm was the earliest most places even opened, and eating at that "early" hour was more akin to an early-bird special in the States. Still, I wasn't proud and we were all hungry as we sat down to eat. I expected basic food, especially considering we were the only guests, but the menu was extensive and the food was outstanding. I discovered two of ...