Hotel Silken Ramblas Barcelona
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... I went home and changed out of wet clothes and went to Mercat de Bouquerie for lunch. The market has an assortment of different stands fruit, meat, bread, seafood, nuts, chocolates and a number that were tapas restaurants within the market. There was an entire stand dedicated to eggs. I tried a couple of different things- chorizo and onion on a stick, a pineapple and melon juice and a cheese stick. Very delicious. I had a donut on my way ...
I checked out of my hotel. I am not excited about going back to reality at all this past week has been an amazing experience and I am so fortunate to have had the opportunity to experience such an amazing city with such rich culture.
Although I had a great time doing all of the activities by far the highlight of my trip was visiting the ...
... famous food markets, La Boqueria on Las Ramblas and Mercat Sant Antoni (which is a few steps from my studio). Both places are worth a visit to stock up on fresh fruit to get you through the day or to sample Spain's delicious chorizo or Jamon Serrano.
In terms of location El Raval gives you good access to many of the city's main attractions which are within walking distance. However the area can be noisy so be careful if you are easily disturbed when ...
Train workers are on strike this week so we are not sure we will find a train back to Sitges tonight. We left for Barcelona mid day and when we arrived we took the metro to Camp Nou which is FC Barcelona football stadium . There we toured the entire football stadium including the press boxes, locker rooms, and stadium . The field size is standard FIFA regulation but it seemed so small in comparison to what's shown on TV. Barca was actually started by a Swiss ...
Day 9 Ok everyone calm down. I'm not that tired. I slept a whole bunch yesterday on the bus. Keep in mind that we drove across a WHOLE country so there wasn't much to report except for countryside which is pretty, but once you've seen Eze, nothing compares. It's freezing and raining today. Not going to get great pictures. Just left the Sagrada Familia. It's so massive I can't even explain it. It can fit 5,550 people. The architect's name was Gaudi and he was years before his time. You ...