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... of our tour of Spanish cuisine. We came up short in our quest for tickets to the opera tonight, so it was back to the apartment for a rest (not quite siesta) in air conditioned comfort before heading out for the standard Spanish late night dinner (approx. 8pm) in a charming spot just off Las Ramblas.
Tomorrow, we rest our weary feet while en route to our next stop - Valencia - via train.
... they would print our tickets for us when we went to check our luggage.
After all of this we found a little table in the main terminal and set up for our wait. During our time we were laughing and having a ton of fun going through our pictures! We also have decided that we are both our mothers, something that we are both very proud of! We both have a voice we do to each other in funny situations that we have named our Nam voice (a mix between Nancy and ...
... metropolis was devoid of people. Unfortunately the park is not frequented by the locals or tourists due to the unusual park regulations involving animal cruelty and difficult balancing acts.
Video Girl and Battery Boy left the Catalan Park and headed to Casa Butllo, the Gaudi inspired house on one of the main boulevards. They then visited Gruell Park, another Gaudi inspired project with panoramic views of Barcelona.
Battery Boy and ...
... somewhere to eat lunch. Being in the land of tapas, we took a little jaunt along some small streets off of Las Ramblas and found a cute little restaurant tucked away. The inside was essentially a corridor, leading to a tiny courtyard out back, where we picked a table in a sunny spot, and settled down. The courtyard was adorable; filled with plants and interesting statues, and even a small tiled pool with a couple of turtles! We ordered piles of food; cheeses, ...
We spent most of our time here at the most famous street in the city called La Rambla. It is a long stretch of cafés and tourist shops. So of course, we spent some time at a nice outdoor café for a bit, mostly because it was shady but also because it is a very European thing to do. However, we did not sit out for hours like the Europeans would, we would get way too bored. We walked the stretch looking at souvenirs. We walked into two stores and were quickly chased out of ...