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... the flat, returned to the T, scoped out the remaining branch we hadn't taken, and decided to return to Vilobi d'Onyar to get back on track. Along the way, Sue flatted again.
As Don worked to effect a more permanent solution to her rim tape issue I returned to the village to see if I could find the proper way to get to Vallcanera. Strangely, for a village just 3km away it seemed "you can't get ...
... and movie posters. It was pretty much all in Spanish or Catalan though, so after walking past one row, we decided it was time to head for lunch.
We started walking towards the coast through the El Raval neighborhood. I’ve read that it’s a bit like Williamsburg in Brooklyn was a few years ago. It’s a kind of beat up neighborhood that’s starting to gentrify and in a few years will be priced out of reach of the folks that live ...
... I'd also discovered a nearby Supermarcado on my return trip and purchased six 500ml stubbies for the sum of €3.29!
After a quick freshen up, we headed out and found a nearby eatery and enjoyed a delish meal concluding another long and busy day.
At this stage, I can't say the Barcelona Bug has quite bitten me. We are somewhat away from the main areas, though I get a sense that this city has delights in every direction. Let's see what the next few days ...
... euro each while I argue that by bringing thirty people over we should get in for free, no bingo, no sale. I walk off. There's a crew of about 15 who want to just chill on the beach, I go halves in 12 beers with Victoria, we head down to claim a spot along with: Jack, Charla, Adam, Mel, Priya, Tara, Hannah, Mel, Maddi and Katie. We have to get up a few times while they rake the sand, we see one guy come within half a metre of getting run over by the tractor, he's passed ...
... you enter. Although we've already been to some top-notch museums this trip, we really enjoyed our experience at the Picasso Museum and just how unique this museum is. For one, there's only one artist featured throughout the museum (guess who), and so the museum flows chronologically, almost telling you a story about Picasso's life and how his artistic style changed and evolved depending on his age and where he was living at the time. It was also very cool to ...