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... high tower from where we enjoyed a panoramic view of the port below and city sprawling along the coast and back towards the distant hills. Before long we were dangling over the port heading towards Montju´c, and ten minutes later we were enjoying more panoramic views from the mirador.
To save time and energy, rather than walk to Montju´c Castle, we decided to take the Montju´c cable ...
... coated Oreos - probably as close to a tim tam that we will get so hopefully this will keep the hunger pains away.
Yesterday and today we saw people playing bouchÚe. Yesterday we also pass the limestone caves in which people lived. Many of these are now used to store wine due to the constant temperature. Some have also been converted to shops and restaurants and others are still lived in. The cave entrances are doors in the cliff face and you also see ...
... Probably would tke all of 10 minutes usually but this time, about an hour as we stop at a few small stores and a bomboneria/ patisserie, then a gelataria and finally the super-mercato for some supplies, coffee, sugar, bread, milk and beer.
We tease some people back home who seem to never sleep (after midnight there), with our purchases and then feed on our collection of chocolates and sandwich. and then I remember ...
... We found the authentic Spanish day bar and clenched the thirst with our first jug of sangria, then another jug, then another…Moving along to find some food (preferably with a menu we could read, which took a few goes). Andy had the best hamburger ever, which we all took a bite of and Zarah and I shared Nachos. 1 more stop to pick up a bottle of vodka from the grocery store, 11 euros for a litre ($15)….we love Spain!
As the 3 amigos we though to get a ...
... the market with it as well for protein. But I strongly advise against buying any ready made food at the market as I think they purposely charge me a tourist price. It was nearly 4 Euros for a teeny tiny piece--a couple of ounces, while the Gambas (shrimp) I bought from the fish market there was 5 Euros and looks to be enough for a week! Also I got a whole cup of fresh olives for 1 Euro, 1 lemon for 24 cents, a box of fresh strawberries for 1.5 Euros. I will ...