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Published: September 16th 2017
Us at a bakery
While dad was in the line, Bella, mum and I went to a bakery.
"Everything you can image is real"
It's Franziska's last full day in Barcelona, so we want to make it fun for her.
First we went to Museu Picasso
. Which has lots of Picasso's paintings in it. Does anyone know what Picasso's full name is and how many words it is? If you want to find out keep reading until the end. Bella and I had kids headphones on. This helped us understand more about the painting and what's the story behind them. Mum (Kym) also had headphones but hers were for the adults. Next to the paintings there was a little sign, one would have headphones and a number in it and below it was headphones with a face and a number next to it. The one with a face indicated that it was the children's headphone number and the one with out was for adults. Picasso has done many paintings in his lifespan and we were very lucky to see some. In the gallery we were not allowed to take photos, so I can't show you the paintings. We saw lots of his paintings.
lunch we went to Cal Pep. A friend of mums (LJ) suggested this to us. It was amazing the food was great and the service was good. We the man came to order our food we ask for suggestions and he said we could have what most people would order, so we did that. We are so happy we did that because it is great. It has also had some great reviews. Lonely Planet
said: It’s getting a foot in the door of this legendary fish restaurant that’s the problem – there can be queues out into the square. And if you want one of the five tables out the back, you’ll need to call ahead. Most people are happy elbowing their way to the bar for some of the tastiest seafood tapas in town. Time out said
: As much tapas bar as restaurant, Cal Pep is always packed to the hilt: get here early to bag one of the coveted seats at the front. There is a cosy dining room at the back, but it’s a shame to miss the show. The affable Pep will take the order, steering neo- phytes towards the trifásico – a mélange of fried
The food was delicious
whitebait, squid rings and shrimp. Other favourites include the exquisite little tallarines (wedge clams), and botifarra sausage with beans. Then squeeze in four shot glasses of foam – coconut with rum, coffee, crema catalana and lemon – as a light and scrump- tious pudding. Park Guell
- Not yesterday but the day before that we went to a big church and the person the designed that church was called Gaudi. Gaudi also designed a big park on a hill viewing the whole city of Barcelona, it is truly beautiful. Gaudi lived in a house in the park until he died. The Park Güell is a public park. It is located on Carmelo Hill, in Barcelona.The park was built between 1900 and 1914. It opened as a public park in 1926. Gaudi wanted everyone to enjoy art, not just the rich and famous. To help make this happen he designed a floral footpath for everyone to walk on.
To top off a great day we went to the parc de Montjuic
. Which has a beautiful fountain that lights up at night and does a beautiful water show. It went from 9:30-10:00, but we were very
tired by the end of it so we left early. When we came home we were tired, so dad and I walked down to the supermarket to get some pizzas.
Picasso's full name is Pablo Diego José Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno María de los Remedios Cipriano de la Santísima Trinidad Martyr Patricio Clito Ruíz y Picasso
and has 23 words!
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