On the train we all wanted a window seat so we spread out, but the first 20 minutes were either underground or just graffiti-covered concrete so eventually I fell asleep and slept for a good part of the next hour. When I woke up I did catch some nice Spanish countryside views.
From the bus station we walked to a tourist office to get a couple city maps, and then from there walked up to the old city wall. You can walk along the city wall, which offers great views of the city, and the wall.
After lunch we went to the Jewish museum, which of course was pretty depressing. Has there ever been a more persecuted people? My goodness. The town of Girona had a big Jewish population who had a thriving community for hundreds of years before Christianity came along. Sad stories.