had a choice of three museums to visit, and chose the Museu-Monestir de
Mare de Déu de Pedralbes, because it was supposed to be peaceful, and I
was still weak from the night before. It was peaceful, though I was a
bit disappointed in the restorations, which seemed undecided about which
century they were restoring to (and which never got close to the 14th
century, when the monastery was founded.) But then, the monastery was
in use until 1983, so multitudinous improvements had been made. (The
nuns are still on the grounds, but have been moved to a more secluded
I walked down to Parc Reial, and sat down to rest.
Parc del Palu Reial di Pedralbes
This once was the
Guell family's private estate, then became a royal residence, and now
is a public park, with museums housed in the buildings. Ran out of ink in my favorite pen.