Sagrada Familia Apartments
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... meal cost €13.95 with a drink. They had a variety of salads, pasta, in the hot food section they had chicken, carbonara, potatoes and also if you wanted they could grill a steak of fish. For dessert they had fruit and ice cream from a machine.
For the price we found it pretty reasonable with a good choice although the hot section was quite small needed a bit more of variety.
Overall the day was great!
... all exits leading back to Barcelona. Eventually, we made our way out and landed in Tarragona.
When we got there, we were duly impressed with the Disney-esque nature of the place. It was extremely well-laid out, with excellent landscaping, features, and thematic authenticity. The first restaurant in the Meditterania area was fantastic, and Sam and I enjoyed a drink with our meal. Then, we met "Furius Baco," the first and only ride in the Meditterania area. ...
We accidentally slept 13 hours. Oops. So much for getting up early and beating the crowds. Missing a few nights sleep must be catching up. We chatted for awhile with our new friends we made in the backpackers over a late breakfast then walked the town. We wanted to see Gaudi's buildings. The first one we arrived at was lovely from the outside. It looked like skulls imbedded in melting stone. The price to enter was €24 each tho, so we sadly ...