Hotel SB Diagonal Zero Barcelona
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... America!) Had a tapas dinner at La Castanya, which consisted of anchovies, olives, ciabatta with feta cheese rocket and eggplant, prosciutto and sangria! Day 2 In the morning we ate Can Culleretes, a restaurant that opened in the 1720s! It is the oldest restaurant in barcelona offering a vast array of Catalan food. We had their lunch special which was a three course (Catalan soup, chicken with tomato stew, and a creme ...
... and pointed to her watch and the counter - my reply of si and nodding and smiling seemed to suffice. I also found the most amazing food markets in my life - st josep - unbelievable all the colours and kinds of food to have. Wow. I managed to have a very late siesta before heading to dinner for some traditional tapas - good food and fun. We got some croquettes, salad, squid and beef. An early night for me now before another long drive tomorrow - yet again to ...
... bus route first, and settled down with our little headsets playing Spanish guitar music. The sun was shining and it was already warm, so we had our shorts and t-shirts on. However, we could see from our perch on the upper deck that other people (probably actual Barcelonians) thought it was cooler as they were wearing trousers and jackets! Clearly living in the north of England has toughened us up!
This tour took us around the east side of the city, and ...
We spent our last day in Barcelona on another Hop On Hop Off bus route to see the other side of the city. On a Saturday, the city was packed, We decided not to get off as it would have taken 3 buses to get back on with the long lines.
Our goal was to see Segrada Familia, the most important structure in Barcelona. The final design was by Antoni Gaudi, the most famous architect in Barcelona. It's undergoing resconstruction, but still a fascinating ...
... around in the evenings is lovely, but even in late September the days are hitting about 26 degrees Celsius, so I did find myself in constant search of shade and/or a breeze. And if you can find both, JACKPOT. Absolute jackpot.
10. Take someone with you! This city is big and busy and it's not necessarily the easiest to meet people (or maybe I'm just starting to realize how anti-social I'm becoming... uh oh) and it's nice to have someone to shop ...