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L'architecture a son meilleur.
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... s, Spain's only remaining department store chain, which has a rather good household department - all those culinary utensils you never knew you needed - before returning to the hotel to check out.
At Plaša Catalunya we boarded a waiting A1 Aerobus for Barcelona airport. The roads were not too busy and we arrived in just under 35 minutes.
Believe it or not, we hadn't done an organised tour our whole holiday! Everyone we met told us not to miss Montserrat, but we didn't want to spend the whole day there, so Craig had the idea to do a wine tasting tour, and include the mountain. We booked it the afternoon before, and met the bus in Placa Catalunya at 9am.
There were only 6 people, including us, and the guide, Eva, who was great, telling us a lot about the city of Barcelona, and it's history, and ...
... seem the right word at all. We are 1/2 hour early for our reserved time, and are severely parched for our 30 minute bus ride, so we find a sidewalk cafe and order "medium" cervesas. They arrive, and appear to be the size one might find at a stock car race track. And we have no problem Knocking them back. Gaudi was clearly some kind of crazy. That's some messed up ****! Yet, so awesome in scope, size and design at the same time. Cab home, and of course, stop for jamon ...
... nights. Since it was Wednesday we were waiting for nothing….cheers Zarah!!
We headed back home…what else was there to do but jump on the party bus again!
We went back to the same club as the first night which was our favourite, and again partied the night away with the friends we met the night before.
Aussies over and out xx
... time at the Barcelona Cathedral and some of the many tapas restaurants in the quarter. After the tour, we realized we hadn't had a proper meal all day, so we headed for an early dinner (early by Spanish standards, at least). We ate at a restaurant two blocks from our apartment called Segons Mercat. The food was pretty good (although Monica says the croquettes were slightly below average). Pan de tomate, pimientos del padron (green ...