Hotel Sagrada Familia
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As we had to leave our hotel before breakfast was served, the hotel provided us with 2 great picnic breakfasts. Our taxi got us to the Sants train station at 7:30, heaps of time for our 8:30 train. We ate most of one of our picnic breakfasts – ham roll, cheese roll, a roll with meat and tomato paste, a delicious muffin and orange juice. We kept the other picnic plus the water and Kit Kat from the first one.
... version of him on a canvas.
There were loads of artists on the road, doing like graffiti canvases, paint brushes posters, Chinese name writing and many more.
The one which caught our eye the most was this young man doing a graffiti canvas. It looked amazing. Loads of colours and techniques. A beautiful masterpiece.
After getting all we needed we headed off to Fresh Co buffet in the Maremagnum Shopping ...
... he had and the guts he had to eschew a career as a traditionalist. The museum is housed in a 14th century palace that is in itself a work of art. The kids are starting to "get" architecture; seeing that a building can be a sculpture as well as a functional space. After paying way too much for a simple dinner (such is tourism) we made an adventure out of finding our way to Gaudi's fantastic church, Sagrada Familia. As soon as we came up from the subway steps, ...
The square was filled with people enjoying the mid-afternoon sun, but more so filled with pigeons. More pigeons I'd ever witnessed in one place before. We just sat for a while watching people going about their lives, locals walking dogs, stall owners selling their unusual merchandise, tourists and travelers taking photos and children chasing and feeding the pigeons. A couple of hours passed before we rose to our feet and moved onto the next place on my ...
... was unloaded ,I took the road again to the nearest supermarket just up the road. Stocked with 2 bear, 2 Cokes, a six pack of water , Melba toast, jambon and cheese, I headed back home again. I enjoyed my bear and some of the toast in the late afternoon sun on my balcony with the cacophony of sound of the Le Rambla. I think I was born to do this. Must say I do miss my other half. An experience is so much better when sharing it with someone ...