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... Barcelona was actually a fairly poor city during the time when many other parts of Spain were thriving because of the disagreements taking place between the Catalunyan monarchy and the Spanish crown. Even though Barcelona is a coastal city it was excluded from trading with the New World since their ships would have had to pass all along the Spanish coast to reach the riches of places like Cuba. However once the industrial revolution took place Barcelona was able to embrace ...
... There are some beautiful old buildings in this area.
Had a great lunch of duck, and Callum ordered Steak tartare after trying mine on my first day in France - pretty impressive for an 18 year old!
We got into Barcelona around 7pm, once we had found our way from the International train arrivals to domestic train platforms with all our luggage and no lifts (well, not ...
... 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! ...
... were delicious and the sangria was even better! My new favorite drink. The poor girl we were with got her entire purse stolen from the back of her chair and I saw for the first time what everyone has been warning me about (pickpocketing and thieves). We were all supposed to go out for drinks after but we didn't which was understandable; I wouldn't want to go if it had happened to me! My first July Fourth out of the country and one of the best if you ask ...
... The return bus stop is on the other side of the Ronda del Littoral so you have to cross several roads and then go under the bridge. The stop is where you don't expect it, on the slip-road on the right and not easy to see from lower down, although it's probably only 50 metres. It's the slip-road furthest out from the Ronda del Littoral and if you keep your eyes peeled you might see the bus going by on the next road as it spirals out towards the bus stop. ...