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... harder too. It was the first rain we'd seen since Amsterdam, so in reality we were lucky! Eventually we got off the bus and walked the final few hundred metres back to the hotel, our Barcelona tourist bus experience over! It had a bit of a legacy though, in that it showed us a substantial shopping strip around the corner from us, and that is where we went for tea. Craving pizza, we found an 'authentic wood fired pizza' place and went inside. The pizzas ...
My second favourite Gaudi Building – which we visited on our last full day in Barcelona – and was called the Casa Batllň – and was a house, but not for the Guell's. I really liked this house, because, instead of just having an audio guide to show you around and fill you in on information… It also had a visual guide. Which was like a Samsung smartphone, but it had been modified so that the home screen was a bunch of ...
... On my wanderings I came across an nice tidy looking Chinese buffet that was advertising lunch with desert for a really cheap 7.50 euros. Remembering my last chinese restaurant rip off I walked on, but decided to double back and check it out carefully this time. What a great place, the selection of food was amazing , and when I was told that a beer would be $2 I made myself at home. I managed to eat three platefulls of a good selection of noodles, ...
... was more than 100 metres long so we skipped that experience. However at 9.30 on Good Friday we just walked right in and watched the special Good Friday mass in this magnificent cathedral. It really is a spectacular building and it was fascinating to witness this very special ceremony on Good Friday.
Next it was off to check out the city until our room was ready, bearing in mind that it's just 10am on Good Friday and most shops were not ...
... like there had been a big party but had not been cleaned up yet, it all looked fairly fresh (I have since discovered the cleaners are on strike). I walked a little way and found a café with breakfast for 3 euro, coffee, croissant and OJ. From here I walked along Calle De Acala, headed for the El Retiro Park. This was stunning, a massive square lake with row boats, autumn trees lining the side and a beautiful fountain at the other side. I ...