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Travel Blogs from Montmelo
... watch the sunset over the cathedral drinking cava wine and eating tapas.
13 February 2014
Visit to Nou Camp and take a tour of the stadium. Take metro back into town and visit la bouqueria. Spend the afternoon wandering around the shops and explore the Born district. Maybe stop in La Fianna, cocktail bar with beds to lie down whilst sipping cocktails.
14 February 2014 - Valentines Day
Sunday morning was a slow start. When someone gives you a Saturday night out as a wedding present with the directive "we expect you to be almost incapable of catching your Monday flight", you know it is not going to be a small night, and it wasn't.
We dragged ourselves out of bed (late) Sunday morning and commenced our picturesque stroll along Barcelona beach. Said picturesque stroll turned into a 60 minute along ...
... it got a lot busier and a lot less interesting - relatively flat and into a bit of a breeze so we just plodded on with barca in sight! This part of the trip was marred by Emma having her purse stolen from the car as she was getting 2nd lunch ready for us, v v annoying but thankfully they just took the bag and didn't go near her but still it left a bit of a bad taste. After that it was on to Barcelona - or city of the red traffic lights ...
Last night we were all awake for a few hours around 2-5, and I finally gave the kids gravol. Ah, jet lag! So we all had a hard time getting up. Since we're here for 5 nights and not in a hurry, we decided to have a lazy morning in our apartment and the kids watched cartoons. It's crazy, but there is Disney channel so they watched shows they watch at home! It's really strange to me how small the world is becoming...with 'Fairly Odd Parents' on TV, KFC and McDonald's downstairs, ...
We were fortunate to have a great docking space, only about a 10 to 15 minute walk to La Rambla. The weather was a bit on the cool side so we layered ourselves.
We have been to Barcelona before so things looked a bit familiar. As we were walking along La Rambla, we happened to spot a large market. This market was a vegetable, fruit, meat, fish market. Every ...
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