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A quick Metro trip to the bottom of The Ramblas and the day spent wandering this iconic street and many little side streets around it and the Old Town. Went to the Mercado...the most wonderful central market... Food, meat, fruit, veggies of every shape and form .... Bought some enormous pink figs and ripe cherries then sat on a wall and ate them. Bill was taken with the lollies and amazing little Marzipan creatures. There is a three day food festival so got in on that as ...
... with her cab. Off we went to see the two best examples of Gaudi architecture in the city. I did not take my camera, the reunion the focus of things.
We stopped for some Catalonian tapas. They were quite different, being rather ornate and usually on a piece of bread.
We had dinner in the Plaza Real at MariscCo. I had some olives for an appetizer and we shared two mains, the pieces of cuttlefish being the better one. A bottle of vino blanco also
... next to Matt and Mike from just outside of London. Mike was about 70 and had just lost his wife in September. You could tell he is still deeply mourning the loss. Matt, his son in his thirties, was taking his dad on a 3 day holiday to get away for a bit. We had a very civilized discussion, comparing our two countries as it relates to cost of living, taxes, real estate prices and even health care. It was an enjoyable way to spend ...
Barcelona is the capital city of the autonomous community of Catalonia in Spain and the country's 2nd largest city, with a population of 1.6 million within its administrative limits. Its urban area extends beyond the administrative city limits with a population of around 4.5 million people, being the sixth-most populous urban area in the European Union after Paris, London, Madrid, the Ruhr area and Milan. About five million people live in the Barcelona metropolitan area. It is the ...
... Jaeger (San Francisco) and I love to mix and match odd colors and patterns.)
No adventures today, sorry
Since I need to work and this fat burning, toxin flushing plan I am on is exhausting in the stage where I am still full of both, I will not have any time for any photo op adventures today. But this weekend I have a few things on the list: Friday, a Flamenco Show; Saturday, a water show that I wonder if it compares to the Vegas ...