Las Ramblas Bacardi Apartments
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... still not finished as it won't accept public donations. They hope to finish it by 2026 which is the 100 year anniversary of Gaudi's death. Jim said this reminds him of the Crazy Horse Monument in South Dakota which has been ongoing for decades. Some feel Gaudi was crazy and many say he was genius. Please read more before deciding for yourself. Our tour ended at the harbor where we ate lunch. Nancy, Bob and I had seafood paella while Jim had fish ...
... and John for a late lunch back to Catalani restaurant. We had a fabulous tapas meal suggested to us by the waiter consisting of Prawns, sardines, croquettes, Pippis, Green Chilli. Followed by a super dish on mixed mushrooms with Calamari, asparagus. iberian ham ( my mouth is watering as I write this it was so good). Then some Paella with chicken and Calamari. Of course it was washed down with a bottle of lovely Rose. The total bill for 4 persons - a magnificent ...
Our Air BnB allows up the relaxed start of cooking eggs while in our Pyjas and investigating our movements for the day and lucky for us Cira had given us a locals view of must sees. The metro makes city travel easy and quick. Our starting point was El Portal de l'Angel, this is a beautiful pedestrian garden walkway lined with trees outside one of the most expensive areas ...
... was called the Gaudí hotel, named after a very famous architect who you will be hearing a lot more about in this blog post!
The first thing we did was go and grab lunch. My mom had looked up some good restaurants in the area and we found a nice falafel shop where we could put all the fix ins we wanted on it! It definitely took me back to the time I spent in Israel, the food there is much different than the food in Spain and much different from the US as ...
... through the streets of Barcelona. While we waited for our unit to be cleaned (we were a little early for standard check in), we chose one of about 10 cafes in the area to taste our first experience of Spain: tapas and red wine!
All of us were pooped after a long journey with relatively little sleep, so it was time for another Spanish tradition - the siesta - before hitting Las Ramblas. As it turns out, we ...