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- Microwave in room
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... and morning rush hour traffic.
Onto the bus for a very short ride (about 6 minutes) and we were at the local Aquarium in Valencia. The place is really cool! It focuses on conservation, pollution prevention, and making sure we humans know what we can do to help sea life, to reduce all of the junk that ends up in the sea, and to entertain people with dolphin shows.
We were able to walk around the massive, multi-building aquarium for about 2+ ...
... fights with lots of jumping off beds?)
Drive day 2 - More driving. More fighting in the car. Still couldn't find car seats either, so somewhat stressful driving at high speeds with Ewan not in a booster seat. More fighting. And more. Seriously a LONG car ride. Get to our place in Barcelona which is literally right across the street from the Sagrada Familia. It really is impressive. I need to find out more about this.
The next day we promised the kids we would ...
... and I guess i could describe it a little similarly to Kings Park. We walked around the park area and saw a band who were awesome and had way too much energy. There were heaps of people selling soveneirs and there were police patrolling. Every time the police were near you would just see a made dash of the vendors collecting up their stuff and running into the forest. There were really good views of Barcelona from here. ...
... Mum looked at the shops; Mango and Zara mainly. It was so boring.
We then caught the metro to Espanya to see La Font Magica. It was fantastic. The fountain comes to life in a sound and light performance. We danced to the music and got wet by the water. Too much fun.
After that we headed back to Paral.lel and went back up to our usual tapas place for a drink. We sat outside enjoying our last night in Barcelona. It had been a great place to ...
... The exterior was under restoration and covered. We checked our energy level and decided to go find food instead. We walked two blocks passing the myriad of sidewalk cafes. We were drawn into a second floor restaurant, the Pomarada. We were seduced by their Pre-fixe dinner for 23 Euros including wine, water, coffee, two course meal and desert. We were seated with a view of the street below in what appeared to be a ...