City Park Pelayo Hotel
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... to the Sagrada Familia, the most spectacular and breathtaking construction I have EVER seen in my life (seriously, the photos and videos do NOT do it any justice). The large Roman Catholic church was designed by Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí (1852–1926) and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Construction started in 1882 ...
... are also pretty compelling reasons to come visit Barcelona. We had some great food and delicious sangria while we were here. We also enjoyed a great Mexican meal and it felt a bit like home.
Our last morning, we went the old market...over 100 years open everyday! It is a foodies' paradise. Each aisle was filled with one delicacy after another...including fresh produce, meat, fish, bread, spices, veggies, and fruit. Not sure ...
... was all the better for it. The food and the service was excellent and overall we were very impressed with our last minute choice for this festive dinner. Typical of Spanish meals things took quite a while to progress from course to course and we actually had to pause after the main dish because we were approaching midnight. At this point the servers all brought out a little package with a dozen grapes for each guest and promptly refilled everyone’s glasses with ...
Today was a very late start and slow day in Barcelona, courtesy of the sangria of the night before. As of the night before - we all went to a restaurant called 'Mickeys' and had sangria - which came in half litre and litre jugs. You can see where this is going. We had an amazing paella for dinner, and by the time dinner finished it was 10pm. We then headed to see a flamenco show which started at 10:30, and more sangria accompanied this. The dancing was great to ...
but strong, steady and full of delights, many small, savory bites adding up to
a satisfying experience. There are some
activities which support my joy, such as my trip to Park Guell by Gaudi. But instead of waiting in line and paying a
fee, I walked the perimeter and enjoyed the trees, the fantastic elevated stone
walkways, and photographed peekaboo views, which led to painting #2, The Spire
of Gaudi’s Casa. Some days such ...