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... family here, and they love Barcelona
because it is a city with a small town feel, and every other person they
interact with is from another culture...kindred types. They make everything from scratch, and I will
have trouble ever eating a “bagel” again, after their homemade version (dense
without being chewy) with their hummus and crispy vegies.
I thought I might miss my dessert place in Ballard,
Hotcakes, but then they served both ...
... to drink... Their portion sizes for drinks are whack!) and then wandered down a side alley and did a bit of shopping. Eventually we headed to the beach and had a swim and a sunbake (I hid under an umbrella!). The beach was beautiful and sandy and the water was lovely and cold. We even ran into Ash and asked her how everything went the night before, Amy was fine after being put on some fluids so that was good to ...
... The story of what happens during the week of the running of the bulls is kind of sad. Glad I'm not here to witness it and glad I'm not wearing red!
Second stop was in a city where there was a beautiful church that dates back thousand of years. Legend has it that the Virgin Mary appeared here. People travel from all around the world to kiss the pillar where she appeared. When I entered the church there was a mass service going on. I moved around to the pillar ...
... was a three course meal with the smallest glass of wine you could ask for for 14 euro! And it was amazing a great stop to re energize us!!! We jumped on another bus that was going in another direction and were able to sit at the front we started on our way but realized that the actual bus tour and not getting off itself was over 2 hours and it was getting late we saw a few sights and got off at the other side of La Ramblas and went back to apartment for a few minutes then set ...
... we headed back to Fede’s flat, and once again he took the long way so he could mark more streets off his list. After arriving back at his flat he said dinner would be at 9 so we could rest until then. Leah and I told him we were hoping to go out and eat somewhere that serves seafood or traditional Spanish foods. However, Fede informed us that eating out was ‘not in his budget’ so we should just eat what he makes. And once again Leah and I felt obliged to ...