Gabriel la Rambla
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... set up selling lots of dried fruits, nuts, fig cakes and tons of CHEESE. I bought some cheese for my fellow interns back in India as we are seriously lacking (despite the fact that cows casually roam every street).
Finally, I climbed to the top of the mountain (saving myself the $30 train ride). A pretty challenging hike with spectacular views and even a good chunk of alone time. I sat there talking to God with a big smile plastered on my face, incredulous that ...
... as the Adelaide Central market on Steroids. We tried some of the local jamon and cheese, found a lolly stall and checked out the prized seafood on offer. which was pretty good.
The old streets meander here and there, the same as most other European cities from ancient days and we learnt bits and pieces of the progressive history of Barcelona. A couple of the streets actually follow the Roman streets set up in that time. ...
... out. We went to a club called Otto Zuts and got in for free! While we were in there, Michaela and I got free drinks that were blue and DEFINITELY had tequila in them. Being that I hate tequila, this wasn't a good idea but of course I was going to drink it anyway if it was free. After a while we decided we wanted to go into the VIP section and we did, also for free. Apparently it was this guys 24Th birthday who was from Holland so thanks to that dude we also got free champagne ...
... a fan of the sweet potato we decided to get one. It was delicious. While enjoying the potato we wandered through some sort of electric car show being held. I think if we tried hard enough we could have taken one out for a spin. Instead we kept walking and eventually stopped at an overpriced store to pick up food for the train tomorrow. When we arrived at home Susanna and her roommate, Rachel, had bought food to make dinner. We had a black bean soup and tortillas with ...
... Our first destination was Sagrada Familia. Gaudi's yet-to-be-finished masterpiece. I've been to Barcelona four times now and each trip reveals some progress. It is an amazing project. Projected to be completed sometime in "the first third of the 21st century", I hope I live long enough to see the finished cathedral!
Here's a link with a bit of information:http://www.sagradafamilia.c at/sf-eng/docs_serveis/informacio.php