Barcelo Castellana Norte
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... and<b> Mercado de San Miguel</b> next door to the plaza. During our walk, we stopped in front of Ripley's the 'oldest restaurant in the world,' <b>Restaurant Botin, </b>founded in 1725<b>.</b> ...
... great source of income not only for the city, but for many individuals as well.
Tourism seems to be a very positive thing for Spain. Jose María Aznar created many jobs in the 1990s by increasing the amount of people who visited Spain. Today tourism contributes greatly towards the country’s total GDP. However many are questioning of tourism is really beneficial for the country. According to Forbes, Barcelona is the tenth most visited ...
- Cathedral of Toledo
- Monastery of San Juan de los Reyes
- San Martin's Bridge
Food & Booze
- Lunch @ Alqahira Rincon de Oriente (middle eastern restaurant--amazing traditionals like falafels, hummus, pitas)
- Dinner @ Casa Gonzalez
- Cheese @ Casa Alberto (the most pungent cheese I've ever tasted)
1. The entire city of Toledo was ...
... joked that 9:30 was the earliest she could get and the restaurant was practically empty when we arrived and bustling when we left. It will take some adjusting to get used to their later lifestyle here! We had a birthday feast for Dan of some more grilled octopus in a buttery sauce, Brie and apple baked salad and while mom and Dan opted for the fresh fish, I think I won with the most juicy steak and frites! We are off to Toledo tomorrow for our first day trip outside ...
Yesterday for our group project we took a little walk across the Gran Vía neighborhood and Chueca. Gran Vía was the ultimate fashion district with so many designer stores. The buildings were elaborate forms of architecture. You know those with fancy swirly white stones and terraces. Chueca is supposed to be the gay district but it was a little quiet. We found a little tavern to grab a light dinner which ended up being a super ...