Pedro III El Grande
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... is! Such beautiful details! There are plenty of gothic hidden jems in the alleys surrounding the Catedral. Also many enterprising street performers. Heard a particularly beautiful sound from one group in particular (see pic) Then I wandered down to Placa Reial and the lower portion of La Ramblas. It is a wide boulevard tourist street with many street performers and booths for buying trinkets. The human statues ...
interesting piece of modern art.
I didn’t realize the museum was free at that time, bonus!,
and what treasures I discovered there, including a live jazz band with swing
dancing, and a temporary exhibition of Josep Tapiro, a Catalan who painted
luminous watercolor portraits in the 19th century of locals in Tangier,
where he lived for many years. I am going to Tangier in a few weeks, so I will
look for his studio. And of ...
... We had an early dinner out in town and we had tickets to a 7pm Flamenco show on La Rambla. It was a very good performance. I could see Lib and I perfecting a routine before we are home. Home to finish packing and then a 10am flight tomorrow to Bangkok via London. There we meet up with Dad and Miaou for a weeks holiday. Oh and a few protests. I've purchased a few red t-shirts dad!! Oh and instant babysitters. ...
... they had finished we were hungry again and as we were spanning more time than usual in El Born during this holiday we went back that way to find a restaurant, eventually settling on the cosy Upiaywasi on Carrer del Allada-Vermell. which offered satisfying and tasty food in good portions at reasonable prices. We sat inside because it wasn't really warm enough to eat outside and the interior was just right for winter dining at ... ...
We went by the Metro to the outskirts of Barcelona to:
Horta LabyrinthHORTA LABYRINTH PARK The Labyrinth Park is situated on the former estate of the Desvalls family, close to the Collserola mountains, and includes a neoclassical garden from the 18th century and a romantic garden from the 19th century. The layout of the park stretches over three levels, like layered terraces. There is a reservoir in the top ...