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Two days and three nights in Barcelona, what are the must do things?

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We have skip the line tickets for Sagrada Familia and same day night show tickets for Flaminco performance at Palau de la musica. What are the other things we must visit/ can do in Barcelona w an 8 yr old and a 17 yr old?
We are staying in the Passig de gracia area. Any good, reasonable restaurant choices? We are not into steaks and meat and have a vegetarian in the party.
Thanks much.

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