Chic & Basic Urquinaona Apartments
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... for the both of us to share. It's delicious, absolutely yummy shrimp and prawns, plus some sort of shellfish and mussels....all amazing together. We are way too full to attempt dessert and call it a night. Tomorrow we plan on visiting the Gotic quarter again in the morning - and we have booked a audio guide tour of one of Gaudi's master pieces, Sagrada Familia for the afternoon. Should be awesome!
See ya laterAndrea and ...
... somewhere cooler as we head north.
We arrive in Barcelona and rendezvous on the platform using the metro to reach our hotel which is the same one Katie and I used before in fact we are in the very room that Sandra had. I like this hostel it is friendly and is right on the Ramblas. We all enjoy having fast internet.
We we set out to explore the old town and the Ramblas today heading first to the boqueria food market for lunch. To our delight we find bacon and eggs ...
... smoking bar, waiters tried to get us to sit by offering us everything we like (they somehow knew chocolate and beer were what we wanted). We walked until we could no longer move. We need to get some nutrients and protein. Tiredness like this is not normal.
We got back to the hotel, booked more accommodation, collapsed for awhile, ate some food and planned our day tomorrow. Fingers crossed for an early start, less smelly clothes and fine weather. ...
... dark so we missed the Rock again in daylight. Glad that we fluked seeing it at the beginning of the cruise. Still finding it hard to believe the people out on deck wearing hardly anything, and on the deckchair next door is somebody in jeans and sweatshirt! We are falling somewhere in the middle, but unless you are completely out of the wind, it is actually quite chilly so not sure how they can stay out there undressed like ...
... is in the northeast portion of the Iberian Peninsula in a province called Catalonia. Catalonia has 7 million people and Barcelona has 1.6 million. It is the most visited city in Spain and the 4th most visited in Europe. The 1992 summer Olympics put Barcelona on the map. Before those Olympics, no one went to Barcelona.
The first stop on our tour was out of the city in a place called Colonia Guell. ...