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L'architecture a son meilleur.
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... felt so good, or maybe it was being at a beach in Barcelona that felt so good. Knowing I made it to the last country on my list before I go home. We celebrated Fourth of July by doing what we said we would do and shotgunned Budweiser at noon. I don't think there is a better way to start the Fourth. After such a long night we all really needed that time at the beach to relax, drink a few beers and eat salt and vinegar chips. The water was so ...
... the city on the hop on hop off bus on Saturday, visiting Montjuric, with its panoramic views and gardens, and the FC Barcelona Stadium.
Sunday we strolled through the streets of the Gothic Quarter, visiting the Picasso Museum and then walking through the Arc de Triumph to the beach. For dinner we boarded the Gourmet Bus, with tapas and wine provided, and watched as the city prepared for its night life. A visit ...
... outdid our market here in Roma. That night we continued with my Spanish adventures and went out for tapas. The concept is that you purchase a drink and then get free appetizers. The two places we tried were very different from one another. At the first place I got a beer and a piece of bread with some type of quiche like potato pie on top and also an empanada with queso and tomato. They were both really yummy! The second place couldn't compare and I got a spanish wine that was not ...
... from Poblenou-sec.
As usual, the monsters were arrayed around the splendid entrance hall of the city hall and amongst the many familiar creatures we soon found Sirius and also another that we hadn't seen previously, Loki.
From the Ajuntament we walked down towards the harbour area where the giants where having a bit of a get together in the Museu Maritim also known as the Drassanes. We entered the museum through a door that we hadn't ...
... other major cities losing money, like Madrid. Catalonians also have their own language, Catalan, and have a lot of Catalan pride. The people there are also incredibly warm and friendly! I saw this immediately in my coworker and recognized it in the people we encountered during our visit.
The title of this entry accurately represents our visit from start to finish: food was basically the number one priority. This ...