Padilla Guest House
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... snacks. They were very sneaky and actually paid the whole bill...so we said we'd shout them the next night if they were keen. After chatting we thought we should really head home as Isabel has work in the morning. They showed us some more nice bars and tapas bars in the area on the way home. We have a earlyish night too as Gaza has booked himself in for CrossFit at 9am before my appointment tomorrow, so it will be an early start.
Night nightAndrea and ...
... as my experiences of France.
For one thing, seeing Avril on the road is curiously like seeing myself. When traveling I wander the streets and hillsides with the eye of a photographer (though not necessarily a good photographer!). This constant stopping to catch a rusted staircase through the frame of tree branches, or placing my travel companion right over there, no, maybe a little to the left, at the railing of yet another bridge must have been a ...
To me, the most astounding and visually appealing architectural masterpiece we went to see was the 'Sagrada Familia' This unbelievable structure, designed mostly Antonio Gaudi in 1883, is still unfinished, but it is so impressive that it has already been proclaimed a UNESCO World heritage Site. Without a doubt this masterpiece is Barcelona’s most famous attraction, where visitors all over the world, whether they are Christian catholic, ...
... enjoyed on an almost daily basis! Why can’t Australia have markets like these?!
When I say we walked everywhere, I seriously mean we walked and walked and walked!! There is no better way to see a city, and BCN is ideal for walking, with a grid like street system similar to New York, so it is pretty easy to find your way around even without a map. The first day we walked from our apartment passed the Olympic port area (made for the BCN Olympics in 1992), and all along ...
... it yesterday. OMG, randomly found the oldest chocolate and churros place I saw on my walking tour yesterday. I sat down for a horchata and churros. The choco was just too much. There were 5 guys and a lady working there. One really good-looking waiter, 2 about average ones, and 2 older gentlemens in their 70s. Guess who I got? Yes, the grandpas. They were pretty sharp.
OK, waaaaay to tired. I walk, got a little lost on the way, back to the ...