It was amazing and the 6 hours of training they do each day certainly paid off -one of those events like the Cirque du Soleil that makes you feel like a completely inadequate human being.
with some vibrant live music all throughout with different musicians coming and going – taking turns to perform at the different ‘hotspots’ around the area
After polishing off my lunch
I wandered around, visiting the Santa Maria del Mar which really dominates Barcelona‘s Ribera district. It was built between 1329 and 1383, at the height of Catalonia’s maritime and mercantile preeminence. Unfortunately it was closed
So i continued on my way admiring doors
and graffiti – when done properly, as art (not simply ‘tags’ or illegible scribbles) it gives areas an uplifting and youthful vibe
When walking along an alley i highly recommend looking up, looking around and i guarantee you’ll be pleasantly surprised (or at least have a better insight into the place your exploring)
My observations continued out of the alleys and into the park
where i looked around, it was very nice but then i looked up, and i discovered just how much nicer the flowers and couldnt believe i had never noticed them before despite walking along the same paths many times before.