Sep
15
2012

Barcelona Trip – Day 3, P2

From Camp Nou we made the way back to Catalunya Park on the route.

Gouka Seishi in Barcelona Trip


I noticed one of the statues was covered up, although I have no idea why.

Gouka Seishi in Barcelona Trip

We passed the Casa Milà where we could see the sculpture on top of this amazing building from the bus.

Gouka Seishi in Barcelona Trip

and Tapa Tapa where we went for food the day before.

Gouka Seishi in Barcelona Trip

The view down the street

Gouka Seishi in Barcelona Trip

Kirin a Japanese restaurant? We didn’t get to try this place, but it does a buffet?

Gouka Seishi in Barcelona Trip

The bus made it’s way to the harbour in Barcelona

Gouka Seishi in Barcelona Trip

where we got off to checkout the Maramagnum mall that is open on Sunday’s (The day we visited)

Gouka Seishi in Barcelona Trip

I liked this piece of typography inside.

Gouka Seishi in Barcelona Trip

The place was full off shops and restaurants, like any shopping centre/mall.

As we visited during Euro 2012, I noticed the England vs Italy match on this Coca-Cola sign.

Gouka Seishi in Barcelona Trip

and a Japanese style restaurant.

Gouka Seishi in Barcelona Trip

We decided on eating at Kurz and Gut.

Gouka Seishi in Barcelona Trip

This place wasn’t too expensive and we sat pretty much right next to the harbour. The food was the nicest I had in Barcelona + I had a San Miguel :) .

Gouka Seishi in Barcelona Trip

The view near the harbour.

Gouka Seishi in Barcelona Trip

Gouka Seishi in Barcelona Trip

Gouka Seishi in Barcelona Trip

I liked the area, but we wanted to checkout the beach as well.

Gouka Seishi in Barcelona Trip

The beach was pretty busy, and I was tempted to jump in the sea but we didn’t bring any gear.

Gouka Seishi in Barcelona Trip

The building in the background reminded me of the building in Yokohama.

Gouka Seishi in Barcelona Trip

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About the Author: Keith Morrell

はじめましてキースです。よろしくおねがいします。 Hello I'm Keith. I'm 25, a Graphic and Web designer from England. I love design, photography, Japanese culture and much more. I have travelled to Japan twice and I currently live in Huddersfield, England. I use this blog to try show the World what I like about Japan, Design & Photography.