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... and had lunch we made our way into the middle of the city and
explored our way through a main road in Barcelona called Las Ramblas. Las
ramblas is a walking street filled with little cafes, shops, and street
performers. It was so nice to have time to explore the Market, and some shops.
We made our way down the street to the Statue of Colon with Columbus at the top
pointing to the Americas. We explored the Cathedral of Barcelona and the
character the gothic quarter ...
- Walked around El Bari Gotic
- Barcelona Cathedral
- Santa Maria del Mar Cathedral
- Casa Batllo
Food & Booze
- Coffee @ Xocoa Cafe (great coffee with the locals!)
- Lunch @ Can Majo (Went for the paella, which was good, but not better than mine. Overpriced but great views of the beach and good sangria)
- Dinner @ Tapeo, anem de tapes (one of my favorites of the trip: croquetas, ...
... too distant future. Pepe soon returned from his gym class and informed us of a Spanish music concert in a nearby pub, about which he’d been tipped by a friend. When we all went there we found that the performer we’d been told would be there, wasn’t, but we stayed and after an hour or so of waiting were treated to a fantastic concert of complex, mournful and moving flamenco-style music by a ‘jam band’ - a lead ...
... and feel at home. We were in a residential area and decided to have a late lunch at Osteria alla Straffa, a restaurant the host recommened. The menu was only in Italian, usually when that happens we can figure out some things and just wing it on the rest. Not this time, the waiter was nice enough not only to translate the entire menu but also describe the dishes. It was one of the best meals we've had, lots of fresh seafood, ravioli with saffron cream ...
... t move. Dave was on one side of the door, and we were on the other trying to figure out what button would make this monster move. We pushed 3 again, the door closed, and the elevator wouldn't move. There was no place for a room card or key either.
This by itself wouldn't have been much of a frustration, but we had just came back from using the Barcelona Metro, which made absolutely no sense after being trained on the DC Metro, and by ...