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... for the next few hours passing the marina area and then along the beach towards our hotel. It was a beautiful balmy evening and many were engaged in fitness with joggers, cyclists and exercisers as well as numerous beach-volleyballers playing contentedly on the sand while some rode a small beach break on surfboards and even a SUP.
We strolled back to the Ramble de Poblenou and enjoyed a late meal before returning to the hotel after another varied and exciting day in ...
... br> concerned, and get over feeling like a pest. I am learning….
The result of being able to stay in a city for most of 2
months has been a sense, a taste of living in a foreign country, adapting to multiple
levels of culture and expectations while getting my specific needs met. I
appear like a local, moving in the same rhythms and holding similar postures,
reading my books on the Metro, and jaywalking at ...
... something that Rudi has never been to.
We went back to the hotel to relax a bit after walking a lot, also we needed a shower to refresh.
In the evening we headed to the beach to find a place to eat as we had not yet decided where we wanted to grab a bite.
We were passing restaurants and looking at the menu. This evening we wanted to have some meat! As we have been eating a lot of fish ...
Arriving in Barcelona (around 9:30pm) we had a long walk to our hostel. When we arrived, we were shown to our 6 bed dorm room which already had someone trying to sleep in there and which only had two top bunks left. Oh joy. (I tried to find us a private room but couldn't find anything less ...
... Espanyol (Spanish Village) was included. This complex was built as a temporary display for the International Exhibition of 1929, but due to its success became permanent. It houses 117 buildings which represent the many different types of architecture of Spain and more that 30 workshops of food, craft and art.
Our visit to Barcelona was drawing to a close. Tomorrow a new adventure. Sailing to Toulon on the Regal ...