Amister Art Hotel
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... of art. Although there is quite a hike up local streets with some outdoor escalators, the view at the top is unreal. I didn't pay the 8€ to go see the art work (something to do on my next trip), but I got an equally good view. Then it was a long hike back down the mountain.
Then it was off to my last thing of the day: Montjuic mountain. Another exhausting hike where I was starting to cramp in my calves and build quite a sweat as it was 30 ...
... huge iron skillets, thats how long paella takes to make - it even says that on the menus, and we all devoured it! For those of you who don't know what paella is, it is pretty much rice with a special seasoning/sauce and then the topping that you order. They had vegetable (what we ordered), seafood, chicken, and beef. It was probably one of THE best things I have ever eaten in my entire life. It was SO good that I don't even know how to explain it! We were all stuffed after this ...
... a mad kind of reggae band who I could have sat and watched for hours. Best sales pitch I have ever seen in trying to flog their city. (I caved and bought it.. i defy anyone not to cave though. they were brilliant!)
I also paid a visit to Las Ramblas, the world's longest tourist trap. Stalls upon stalls selling the same wares. Some little Gems, however mostly overpriced tat. It finished at the statue of Christopher ...
... the details of how the “My Way” tour operates were explained. I was pleased to hear that we’ll be taking a Bus from the hotel to Sants station, as I wasn’t looking forward to using the Metro with all my gear. We’ll be taking the AVE (fast train) to Madrid on Saturday, and I’ll be interested to see how that compares to the Freccia trains in Italy or the TGV in France.
2013 June 21 - Friday
... out on the Mediterranean in the cold night night air, with the moon shining brightly. It was gorgeous. After we made it back to the hotel (on the first metro of the day) we took a brief nap before we were back at it. We got up a couple hours later and headed to the huge outdoor market on Las Ramblas called La Boqueria to meet out friends and get nourishment. We just wandered the stalls, checking out the fish and spices, and eating fresh fruit ...