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... some time in Bulevard Rosa - a shopping centre offering Spanish luxury high-end designer shops. Next is the Picasso museum. We spent couple of hours there enjoying 400 plus extensive art collection. It was interesting seeing how he changed his art style each decade and how he was influenced by other artists at the time. After that we went to Can Paixano (a famous champagne bar - a Minh suggestion). ...
... we go! Had a quick catch up with her and we kept walking down the street. I saw ANOTHER tattoo shop and I said that's it if I see another tattoo shop im getting one. We saw another one!!! So we turned around and went to the first one that we saw. I walked in and started talking to the guy. I said I wanted something to represent Barcelona. Like a bull maybe. He said a bull represents Spain not Barcelona and that if I want to ...
... couple blocks, elbowing people out of our way simultaneously trying to keep track of everyone. Fortunately, we didn't get separated, After that, we went into some more shops. I bought 2 barca jerseys, a hedgehog stuffed animal, and a Messi anklet. Finally, we stopped for some food. It was stir fry. We ate in the park on a fountain. People were doing tricks and flips and it was so cool to watch them. It's 11 at night here. Sorry for the late update. Thanks! -Melina ...
... fairytale & underwater grotto made into a
place to dream of & lose yourself in.
We were there for hours, it was an assault on the senses and the audioguide was a brilliant companion as you meandered through it all. It motivated us to then rush over to Sagrada Famillia- the gigantic catherdral he started, which will be completed in 2026, taking a 100 years in total.
To be honest, didn't ...
... improvise our way around the situation, find an alternative, and come away laughing.
Now Avi is back home and I'm in Spain - back to my usual mode of travelling on my own. There's a certain freedom in travelling alone: you don't have to take anyone's needs or desires into consideration except your own, it's easier to meet people because you don't present as a "unit," and there's way more time to just sit and think. And write. On the other hand, ...