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... plate before it was served. There are also tables further back, but it was great sitting at the counter watching it all unfold. Our waiter was lovely, and we decided to just get him to bring us plates until we were full!!
There were about 20, and we can't describe them all, and do them justice, but will try, in no particular order:
A magic peanut, that cracked when you bit into the outside and then melted in your mouth; an olive, that wasn't ...
... a cole of cable cars which give amazing views of the city.
The highlights? Well, 3 stand out.
Today I visited the Sagrada Familia which is an amazing church,yet to be completed, designed by Gaudi - truly beautiful!
One evening we went to a Flamenco night which was fascinating, colourful and full of passion,accompanied by a delicious meal
On Thursday it was Catalonia Day. Catalonia being the province of Spain where we are! I have never seen anything like ...
... and all the usual stuff. I think the boys would have bought a shirt except they were so expensive (and their wives probably wouldn’t have let them!).
There were a couple of other interesting buildings – especially the one with the big fountain out the front but after that there wasn’t a whole lot. It was starting to get quite warm and it was the afternoon by now so we were ready to hit the beaches.
Once we were back near La Rambla, the ...
... staying for a maximum of 5 days in a tiny parking lot area, right close to the heart of the town. It was great!. Free access to water to fill up the motor home as well as waste water dumping spots right on site. The place was packed and Mike made friends with Olaf, a lovely Swedish fellow next door to us. They chatted and shared ideas on how to rejig the bike rack. Olaf loaned Mike some tools to make the job a bit easier. The other campers ...
... however it's a sight you can only truly appreciate when you see it yourself. After spending close to two hours on the mountain top we headed down to the famed Monastery where the Virgin Mary and Baby Jesus appeared from the rock face and the church was built around it. With temperatures plummeting we soon called time on our trip and essentially Barcelona. However today was a day we will never forget. Xoxoxo #ourbagsareunder20kgarealchristmasmirca ...