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... slept for a fair few hours ... Plus caught up on Offspring and a movie. Also our hosts were so lovely, if you want to go to Barca send me an email and I'll get you Nat's details. Our first day in Barca was spent getting oriented, hugging our backpacks as we walked along La Rambla with empty pockets to the Merkat del la Boqueria. Fresh figs and goats cheese were our first essentials in this miniature QV market full of fresh food, take away tapas ...
... but unfortunately they couldn't replace my screen as it had already been replaced with an after market screen,
After lunch and a siesta we headed to mar bella beach which was packed. Lots of people were nude. Gotta love Spain! We didn't join in but had a swim and lay on the beach for a while.
Headed home for dinner and a quiet night ...
... beer and soft drink £15 each which was fine. Although i found that the portions of the tapas was quite small. The prawn and garlic tapas was a bit oily i've tasted better in some other places.
For dessert we thought it would be nice just to go have a drink and grab a cornetto my favourite from one of those stalls on the road. Around 1.70 euros for the ice cream.
Hotel bed are very comfortable and the air con is great. Love the Bathroom as well.
... and the port area, redeveloped for
the 1992 Olympics and then up the tree-lined Ramblas avenue where a charming
waiter lured us in to have dinner at the Tapa Apta restaurant. Judy and Herb
sauntered back to the hotel and had dinner at a nearby sidewalk neighborhood restaurant.
There was a huge block party on our street and we fell asleep with a fullblast band
and firecrackers going off!
Getting to Park Guell The best and easiest way to get to Park Guell is definitely by taxi although it is lasso the most expensive method. The distance between the metro station and entrance is about 15-20mins walk with slight elevation before reaching the escalators. We took the metro to Lesseps Station and walked to the escalators. The route is pretty straightforward with signs indicating the direction on the way. From the exit of the station facing the road, walk ...