It’s a quarter to ten in the evening and the Guàrdia Urbana agents put up fences in front of the beaches of Barcelona to create accesses and not to create crowds. The beaches are not full yet but there are already quite a few people. A group of ten informants walk resolutely towards the Paseo de Borbón, where they will inform the people who go to the sand that they cannot do it inside the neighborhood, to protect the rest of the neighbors. The mayor, Ada Colau, has warned that she will not allow out of control, but it remains to be seen if doors can still be put on the beach, for pleasure and for the xerinola. The sonorous celebration of a goal from France, between the smell of gunpowder and the constant explosion of firecrackers, refers to a return to certain normalities such as tourism or festivals.
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