Afterwards I went to a bar at Plaça Reial called Ocana. People were celebrating Carnival there, so a lot of people were dressed up. I just had a glass of wine before I went back to the hotel. It could be a cool place to go out to party, and it’s located next to the Rambla, so it’s pretty central located.
Saturday I got up and had an amazing breakfast at the hotel breakfast buffet in the basement. The breakfast area was very cozy. After breakfast I went to the Picasso Museum, which was only a 5 minute walk from my hotel. The entrance was 11€ and I guess I spent 45 minutes to an hour there.
After Picasso I went for a walk. I saw the Cathedral and walked in very narrow and cozy streets, ending up at Las Rambla (1,2 kilometres street in central Barcelona, very popular for tourists). Here I found the coolest Food Market - the Mercat de Sant Josep de la Boqueria or just La Boqueria . Unfortunately I wasn’t hungry yet. I only had some cranberry seeds and a coconut/banana shake…I don’t know what happened with that combination, I just had to try something, but you could buy everything from candy, nuts, crepes, tapas (cheese, meat etc.), to fresh or cocked fish, fruits and so on. It's definitely a must-see. I discovered that they are closed on Sundays, when I returned the next day.