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... a couple of hours to kill. So we went on a tour bus of the city. One of our first stops was Camp Nou and there was already a massive party atmosphere with lots of people. I wondered why there were all these people lined up along the fence outside with their cameras through the fence until I noticed a Barcelona FC bus parked just inside the grounds. The players had arrived at Camp Nou and supporters were waiting to get a glimpse of them and maybe a photo. We ...
... there are seven chapels and two circular staircases. The entire building is surrounded by a cloister which links it with three great facades: the east side is the Nativity, the west side is the Passion, and the southern side is the Glory. The Glory facade is still under construction at this time.
We entered the church through the Nativity facade. In the middle of the facade is Jesus, Mary, ...
... on the beach. Do not worry though, I was never alone as I am guessing some of you are freaking out about.
11am shower time.
12 pm breakfast/lunch
12.30 get **** into gear and start looking at things. Couldn't in the slightest way be bothered to go out to the main Gaudi. Not this day. Too much effort. So instead I went up Las Rambla looking at different street art and performers. Then the worst thing. The markets. ...
... and buying our tickets. Then we headed up to Park Guell which offered an amazing view of the whole city. All of the stores around this area had such beautiful stuff! Unfortunately, because of our RyanAir weight/bag restriction, we had to refrain from buying too much. After walking through the park, we headed into the main street in town do some shopping in some stores recommended to us by other travelers.
That night we got on the train to awake in Madrid!
La Rambla - I heard a lot about this boulevard of people, shops and activities but I think I caught it a little too late in the day. It was mostly wound down by the time I got there, but I still had a great time. I think if I had come earlier in the day it would have been much more enjoyable. This was the only aspect that made the day a 9.5 instead of a 10, and I don't blame the city for that.