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... and more of the old town... but not before we tripped up to the fancy town of Sant Cugat. Here we met up with Joe, a friend of Steph's from uni, who was able to give us a much needed adjustment at his brand new chiropractic clinic. Here he also introduced us to the world of menu of the day and even treated us to a drink as we sat and enjoyed a 3 course lunch together. So perhaps it was that bottle of wine, but that afternoon the Sagrada was MAGNIFICENT. ...
... Mcdonalds there.
We saw a couple of sight seeing places like Sagradia Familia which again was a tourist spot, and Park Guell.
Went to a couple of clubs - Razzmattaz and Otto.
Otto is average but if you want to feel Barcelona night life then you can go. Without paying Of course.
I would not recommend Razzmattaz - unless you are into rock music. Not worth 17 Euros.
We preferred the nightlife at the Port which was more upbeat and ...
... on and the worship areas of the church were sectioned off so the tourists could not enter. We did not stay inside very long.
When we left the Cathedral and went outside, there was a flea market going on. The stuff was old and cool, but honestly too fragile and lots of things we do not need. There were some really cool old wine openers which were like accordion style. you would screw in the little curly cue, then pull up the top and ...
... statue, which marks the spot he sailed from to the new world. This reminded us about two things:
- Columbus was from Genoa, about 10 miles from Ognio, the birthplace of the Raffetto's.
- Isabella invested in Columbus and he returned her hundreds fold.
So while eating Paella and drinking wine, we decided that it is always good to invest in travel, it pays you ten fold ...
We woke up at 6:30 and Tegan had left a message that she wanted me to phone her, because a grade 7 burrows student had committed suicide. This is such devastating news, and what a waste of a 12 year old girls life. I feel for this whole of the burrows school community. We walked out of the hotel and it was raining, Barcelona hardly ever rains. We caught the metro train and crossed over lines to the airport train. ...