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... would have been torn down to make way for mosques etc were left in tact as the Moors were like "we can't be bothered to build on this we need to keep conquering so you guys just chill here in your cathedrals that are mosques" you get the vibe. I've drawn a blank with every particular detail but one thing that stuck with me was when Max took us to a little plaza. It was so peaceful and serene and felt really at ease there. A massive tree grew out of ...
... on the agenda - walks to Sagrada Familia and Park Guell, food was also explored - lots of new tastes and flavours - at one lunch bar the chef demanded silence while he 'make explanation' to the crowded room of what's for lunch - all in ...
... the city yesterday, the manic craziness of the road network with its broad and bustling streets made crazier by huge route-directing roundabouts and one-way streets and roads running parallel with other roads but on different levels so what appears as a direct route becomes impossible to access.
We sought advice from Mr Google on the best route to the depot and couldn't really understand what he was thinking. But once we'd placed our trust in he and set off, his sage ...
... on line!
* There really are tapa bars everywhere, and the food really is that good!
* If you love mosaics, this is the place
* I love Pedron Peppers
* Boqueria Market may be pretty, but don't buy there -- the locals don't; it's too expensive!
As an aside, I thought it unusual they serve such salty food here -- for example, potato chips and olives together at some of the tapa bars -- until it dawned on us: the humidity! ...
... A small bottle could cost around 10 euros while at the airport you can buy a medium size bottle for 7 euros and a huge bottle for around 12 euros.
For dinner we wanted to try something else rather Spanish food. So we opted to try some Italian, we found the best Italian called Ginos ristorante next to Macdonalds at the Maremagnum Shopping Centre.
They have a huge selection of pastas, vegetarian, with meat or fish absolutely ...