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... which is a continuation of the popular Ramblas of Barcelona.
Then we saw the technological district the AGBAR tower is the headquarters of the Barcelona water company a building of ever-changing colours that has become the third tallest building in Barcelona and a new symbol of the city. It was designed by renowned French architect, Jean Novel, who took his inspiration from water and the towers of Barcelona the. We ...
... which resembles something a Dutchman may design if he had just visited one of those "fun" Amsterdam cafés. The house was built for the Amatller family with connections to the Low Countries (hence the Dutch influence) and the letter "a" motif is repeated everywhere including the exterior facade of the house itself. And then we come to the third house on the block - Casa Lleo Morera. Unlike the other two houses on the block, the owners of Lleo Morera went with a ...
... close by). Because I think the location rating on the hostel was about 75%, since it is not close to the downtown area, about 8 stops on the train.
The person at the hostel explained to us, three other people that was also at the lobby, that Sants is a area more for the locals, you won't be seeing a lot of action/tourist in the area. Walked around the area
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... Nuestra de Cada Dia on Carrer Llull, which should be high on the to-do list of any fans of craft beers.
Back to the city centre and more real ale in the vegan CatBar on Carrer de la Boria before catching a late metro and tram back to the hotel. Written up like that and eight months later it all sounds a little self indulgent, but we did a lot of walking too.
... and smoking a packet of cigarettes! The concept of being topless at the beach was crazy, but I guess it's Europe and no one cares what they look like at the beach. All shapes and sizes and ages, we are a lot more conservative at home that's for sure. Tonight we cooked up a feast in the hostel and then had a few beers and watched the World Cup with everyone. Saturday 21st - packed up our bags and checked out. We walked to the Barcelona cathedral and ...