Inside Barcelona Apartments Esparteria
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... We sat down and grabbed some coffee and tapas before shopping and then headed in among the crowds.
As a major tourist attraction, it was very crowded but an incredible market. Much of the produce was fresh meat, vegetables, fruit, cured meat (lots of delicious “jamon”), cheese and a multitude of other delicious food. Everywhere I looked I saw food I wanted to eat. Crazy stuff.
We bought some food ...
... tasks and Kindra gave us instruction on preparing this traditional Catalan meal. We all enjoyed our Barcelona cooking class.
We ended our evening taking the metro to Placa Espana and walking over to the nearby MontJuic. The wonderfully warm evening created an excellent atmosphere to enjoy the light and sound show created at the fountains here.
... knew where to go, we only just arrived when a porter arrived with a cart to take the bags, we waltzed straight through security and on to the ship. We were in our cabin in less than 30 minutes of arriving at he railway station. That does not happen every day The rest of the day was fairly leisurely, met up with. Peter and. Jennifer and. Janelle and. Paul and spent the afternoon unpacking and orienteering. France ...
... apartments known locally as quarts de pis, (quarter apartments) which were built at the end of the 19th century. With the xiringuitos long gone breakfast was coffee and pastry at a cafe on the promenade.
Barcelona panorama - riding the cable cars
By the time we returned to the cable car station, Torre Sant SebastiÓ, the inevitable tourist queue had formed. The lift whisked us quickly to the top of the ...
... almost 3 million visitors a year! I'd recommend doing it as far in advance as you can since the slots fill quickly. I'd also recommend getting an audio guide. You'll stand in line a little while for one, even with a fast pass, but it's worth it!
The scale of Sagrada Familia is massive; you're neck is going to be stiff by the time leave! But it's such a pleasure to see, you won't want ...