We were taken to a scenic lookout above a botanical garden near the port, La Sagrada Familia and walked past a few sites such as a cathedral and an old palace. Some time was spent in La Rambla. This area had some independent booths selling unique items but most of the stores were chain stores that you see everywhere. Very hot and crowded in July. Tour guide did the best she could. We had 2 delays due to people not coming back to the bus on time. I enjoyed the Hard Rock Cafe the most. I don't care if I ever go to this city again.
Very nice excursion to a delightful village. Many nice shops and scenery including 3 wedding parties. Flower and vegetable markets were very nice and scenic. Quaint shops and bakeries. I felt very safe. Very scenic area with old homes, hotels, fountains, churches.
Show was excellent. The best act was a female flamenco dancer whose partner was a man on a Lippizan horse, truly magical. Other dancers and entertainers were great too. Michael Jackson dancer is beyond excellent. He could give Michael Jackson dancing lessons! Food good enough. Wine generously provided, 2 bottles per table.
Tour guide who took us there needed additional training. I asked about a medieval tower on the way and she replied, "That is not important.". I saw groves of some types of tree and asked about the crop/type of trees and she replied, "Those are Mediterranean trees", not the type of answer I expect from a guide.