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... We ate freshly sliced meats, tapas sticks, cod balls, croquettes, squid and drank fresh juice! Delish! Explored Barcelona's modernista architecture and the works for Gaudi... And did some shopping! Then we headed back to our hotel to chill before dinner. People come out at night... The busiest time for dinner is 9:30/10pm. We wandered through the streets and found some cool little stores. Made a booking at a traditional tapas house and return later to eat ...
... de vino bianco/tinto por favor (one glass of white/red wine please.)" A perfect welcome to such a beautiful city.
Day two was going to be a big one. We awoke (with a slightly sore head), to a beautiful home made traditional Spanish breakfast compliments to our amazing hosts and were then off to explore the sights in Barcelona's Gothic Quarter. First stop was La Basilica Santa Maria del Mar. A beautiful old Gothic style cathedral that took more ...
... were 4 official languages in Barcelona, all variances of Spanish. In this mountain is home to the world’s oldest publishing house established in 1499.
We also had a drive through the City of Barcelona on the way back to the ship where we saw the Columbus Monument, we also drove around the Plaza De Espana (originally a Bullfighting Ring since converted to a Plaza), to gaze at its fountains and 2 x 47 foot Venetian ...
This was our first full day in Barcelona and we had a busy itinerary ahead of us. From the queues at the Picasso Museum on Saturday and in Montserrat on Sunday we should have realised that today would bring more of the same.
A cornucopia of comestibles - La Boqueria
Our day started with a brief visit to the Mercat de Sant Josep de la Boqueria or La Boqeria (one stop along line 3 on the metro from Plaça Catalunya ...
... all walking the gallery and knowing I was there, holding my hand with my husband exploring the art of Europe.
After a few hours at the Picasso museum Daniel was ready to see history. And we found it. As we walked around investigating we found the MUI-IBA, Museu D’Historia De Barcelona,
Inside which contained an archeological dig that reveals ancient roman ruins going back as far as the 1st century housed ...