Hotel Medium Sitges Park
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... passing traffic. ... It's now 9.59 pm. We went out to Parrots and watched the world go by. We ended up meeting up with a couple who Pudd's friend Craig knew, David and Stephen. They're Scottish but live in Sitges and seem to be very interested in the local real estate market. They gave us some advice about where to buy here and said they'd be happy to look at places for us after we leave town. Very handy for yes and they seem like nice guys. We them went ...
... in the port area which was all redeveloped for the 92 Olympics.
Then we strolled down Las Ramblas, a pedestrian mall which has alot of markerts - except not on Thursdays in winter!
It was back to the hotel via the metro. our 10 trip ticket over the 2 days working out at about Euro 1.40 a trip. if we had used all 10 it would have been even better value. The metro was easy to use as the same principles applied ...
... is a beautiful church that Gaudi began but died before he could finish it, so it is still in the process of being finished, and is predicted to be finished in 2020ish?? We also saw a few other iconic places in Barcelona. This was good because I had no idea what was in Barcelona. After that we checked into our hotel, then went to dinner. Had some traditional Spanish tapas for entree, then a calamari paella, and a pear strudel ...
... the next building was more of a apartment building I think. Third stop was Gaudi's park, this was proving to be a very "Gaudi" based day, but Barcelona is very Gaudi based. The park had seating that was designed by Gaudi and he used a lot of mosaic in his work so everything was mosaic was quite beautiful. Just chilled out here for a while, but was very touristy, as it was free, so it got a bit intense. For the rest of the day ...
... Espanya is a home team of Barcelona, but not as big as the other, main Barcelona team. We fluked an AMAZING game. 3-3 draw, with 5 of the goals coming in the second half, two in the last 5 minutes or so, and the equalizer for Espanya in the last play of the game. It was very exciting!
The next morning Mel had to leave for the airport about 9:30, so I decided to do a walking tour so that I can say I’ve ‘seen’ a bit more ...