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... went to book they told us they are booked up 2 months in advance. So much for that idea they put us onto another local restaurant and we left it up to the waiter to order for us which was just superb Mexican style tapas very yummy!!
Today we decided to get really adventuresome and try our luck at using the underground metro. We decided to visit the Sagrada Familia and do a tour through the church and up one of the towers. We negotiated the metro no ...
... dinner, Martin and I shared half a roast chicken, which was DELICIOUS! For dessert, we went to another of those numourous ice cream shops, and I had brownie ice cream.
Today, the 26th of March, we were scheduled to leave Barcelona for Grenada. We got to the station at about 7:30am, and had breakfast there. We had already bought barra farinas (like baguettes) for lunch. We then got on the train and started towards Grenada, reaching speeds of ...
... to the 1800s and stands well above the rest of the city. We saw some of the other historical sites before heading home to rest and meeting up with some friends at a small cocktail bar in the El Born area.
On Sunday, we had lunch at another amazing Tapas restaurant and then headed to the FC Barcelona game. Experiencing a Futbol game with 2 of the top players in the world and watching them score 5 goals was amazing! Another one of Kevin's sport's ...
... out of a life- this was their life. Probably every night and two shows at that. How did they get a passion for that kind of art form? Why did they dedicate so many hours to this passion? Do they love performing or is it a job at this point? I find myself being very philosophical as I travel, more questions than answers and I love this!
My husband and I catch a cab home. We are tired and fall readily into bed loving each other.
... a visual right? But that is what is so great about Spain, it celebrates the social side of life. So when even arrived at the la Boqueria market just off the La Rambla, we were not surprised to find a market that was packed to the gills, with people, food, and an incredible buzz in the air. There were stall of beautifully displayed dried nuts and candies, fruits, fish, meats and so much more -it was mind boggling, and we found it was so easy to nibble your way through. If ...