Hostal Central Barcelona
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... weekend. It was a good way to pass some of the time during my three days all alone in Barcelona.
Now, I’ve always wanted to go to a match at the Camp Nou, so I made sure to buy a ticket to this match months ago, when I knew I was going to be in Barcelona. At the time, I figured it’d be a nice chill match at the end of the season, probably meaningless as Barca would have either wrapped up the title or would be out of ...
... vibrant as Barcelona, you’ll never run out of things to do!
I’m going to be doing a series of entries on Catalonia, including articles on the following:
Barcelona Daytrippers Guide
Tossa de Mar Resort Guide
L’Estartit Resort Guide
Girona Daytrippers Guide
Catalonia Travel Essentials ...
... the bus But wait .... There's more .... Ann and Debbie had wisely opted out of the next excursion and planned to wallow in the pool ( like hippos after all those breakfasts) drink wine, eat cheese and crackers and generally let it all hang out. But being a devil for punishment it's a quick scrub up and back on the trusty steed ( well coach ) into town for a flamenco extravaganza. Starting with buffet meal and all you can drink sangria.... Very dangerous after ...
... front right by the stage. The first number has both the male and female dancing together, second is the female solo, last is the male solo. I am by no means a Flamenco expert but I'm pretty impressed by the spectacle. For all I know, these may be wash out hacks who couldn't cut it otherwise on the professional Flamenco circut and were forced into these cramped venues peforming 5 times per night for crowds of ignorant tourists like us. Or maybe this is the pinnacle ...
... doorknobs. Park Guell (another UNESCO site) was a super cute, playful park perched high above the city.
Other places we visited were the Picasso museum, housing over 4000 of Pablo Picasso's works. Strangely absent were Picasso's works from his cubism period though (my favorites). Nearby the Museo Picasso we wandered the alleys and hidden squares in the Barri G̣tic, the Gothic section of Barcelona. On our final day we walked down ...