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... fruit and fruit juices to seafood that was still alive to chocolate. I also saw quite a few tongues...but I settled on some fresh mango, a smoothie, and some truffles (of course!). Next we made our way through the Gothic Quarters to Ciutadella Park, where there's the most beautiful fountain I've ever seen. The park itself is huge with gorgeous trails and statues. Next stop on our list was Park GŁell, where there's a lot of ...
Today nothing really exciting happened. We woke up and went back to our favourite cafe for brekafast for the last time. We then headed to La Rambla and decided to go to the sex museum. This was about different cultures and the history. Was small but we got a free glass of champagne so wim for us. After we literally just ...
... before everyone proceeded upstairs to get ready for dinner. Dinner was at a highly rated tapas restaurant about half a block from the hotel. Ciudad Condal had marvelous food, but the servers were a tad bit rude to us Americans. After we stuffed ourselves with 18 rounds of tapas and sangria, we headed back to the hotel. We met on the rooftop with a bottle of wine to enjoy the fireworks over Barcelona for Sant Joan (the celebration of the ...
... escalators to go up the worst of it. The park is divided into the "regular" free section, and then the monumental zone, which contains the majority of Gaudi’s work. The most famous work in there is the iguana / lizard thing that is very visible on tourist tat all throughout the city. It was kind of crowded (more groups of kids on holiday break), but at the top, there was a large open area with an expansive view of the city, and ...
... was quite lively and crowded, but really fun to walk. Our biggest stop on La Rambla was visiting La Boqueria, a beautiful Spanish market. La Boqueria was amazing, offering spices, seafood, fresh juices, chocolates, and so much more. We spend quite a long time going through every aisle of the market and watching people interact. I was then able to try out my Spanish skills ordering our lunch at one of the market stalls (they worked well ...