NH Sant Boi
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... These venders were selling everything from sunglasses, jerseys and handbags. All the goods were laid out on a towel or blanket. These self-made businessmen would walk up to tourists and passers by alike and throw out offers for items for sale. "I give you good price boy," the vender said to me. "15 Euro for you my friend. Normal price is 20 but for you 15!" After asking a couple of them where they were from, they all said they were from Senegal. ...
... other. You could really see it. Walked around more, without the camera today. Saw the huge market, mostly a bunch of tourists wandering around, but still, amazingly cool place. So many vendors and stalls. Meat, fish, veggies, chocolates, fruit, spices, prepared food, everything you could ever want or dream of. Walked to Teresa Carles. Busy and overrun with Germans, why? Weird. Service sucked and food was good. ...
Today started with a guided walk with a Barcelona native. We saw the roman origins of the city and the various styles that followed on top of the various parts of the city. The highlight was our final stop at Sagrada Familia which is an on-going construction project of Gaudi's greatest work. The massive church finally has a roof, and work continues on the facades, and the final giant spire. 130 years after it was started, and it is finally being used for services. It looks like ...
... and bland like looks a few buildings built in the '60s/'70s as in many a city. The weather is beautiful, it's not hot but is very humid. Yesterday arvo the girls had a big swim in the pool that came to an abrupt end for Mila when she unfortunately found it an opportune time for a bathroom break. Our hotel is magnificent. It certainly lives up to its majestic ...
... King which we got a voucher for & then walked around all afternoon. In the evening we find a chocolate shop recommended by lonely planet. So you order hot chocolate & if you want churros they send you 5 doors down to a shop that cooks them fresh. A little old man & lady are running the shop. It's only 1.20 euro for a cone full which is enough for one person. I wander bask to the chocolate shop where Grant is waiting. He has the tradional ...