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... eggs... This was a white version with leeks spinach yummy! In Barcelona breakfast is toast or a croissant/pastry so after some googling we found a few great ones with excellent reviews. The food was great and so were the coffees we were happy and ready to start the day. Then we visited the famous well known world wide tourist attraction... Sagrada Familia-The Cathedral so beautiful! We continued on our walking tour around Barcelona to see the Arc De Triomf ...
... It was then time for some pre lunch drinks at Bar Leo before our tapas and paella lunch complete with some Spanish entertainment. All that sight seeing, eating and drinking meant that it was then time for a siesta. When we awoke refreshed we were off again, it was time to see a Flamenco show (a must if you ever visit Spain) and then we headed to see the magic fountain, a spectacular water display of colour, light, music and motion.
The next day ...
Started the day with a hotel buffet breakfast, scrambled eggs, ham, tomatoes, toast and juice followed with coffee and mini pastry. I skipped to the hot food section before I saw the cereal, cheeses, meats, and fruit. The cappacino from the espresso machine was very strong - I couldn't drink it. Surprising to me as I'm a big coffee fan but the food was nice. Walked around the local area looking at the different stores fruit and veg shops etc, then headed ...
... who were drinking coffee and tourists, mainly Korean and Japanese who were tucking into platefuls of hot food. We joined the locals with a coffee and a pastry. After a gastronomic sensory overload and refreshed and invigorated with coffee we headed off, or rather down to the Metro, to begin the Gaudi trail.
Work in progress - Sagrada Família
Our first stop on the Gaudi trail was the Sagrada Família, ...
... to watch our time a little because at 5 we had to be back at our place getting ready for our Flamenco dinner theater show Tableaux di Carmen. We decide to take a cab (10 Euro) because it is dark, we are running a little bit late and we don’t have any clue how to get there. We arrive at what appears to be an old walled in fort that seems to have been renovated into an entire art collective of various artisans, sculptors, furniture ...