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... at the host stand told us to go out to the terrace but the staff out there was really confused and made us wait 15 minutes for a table. Oh well, the service improved when we sat down. Travis selected another delicious bottle of Rioja and we ordered a variety of interesting dishes - beef tongue "ssam" (Korean style lettuce wrap), oxtail and mushroom croquette, ajoblanco (white sauce made of garlic and almonds) with sardine and trout roe. ...
... ever detail in design, there were beautiful mosaics all over the place from seating to walls and steps. Each mosaic was different and all in different colours. It must have taken Gaudi so long to even think of what to design and where to put it let alone making his ideas come to life.
After we visited Park Guell we went back to the hostel to freshen up ready for a night out exploring the night life. We got a taxi to an ice bar and ...
... place in Spain. A statue carved of a dark wood of the Virgin Mary holding the Christ child was discovered many hundreds of years ago in a cave in the mountain of Montserrat. This statue is now in the Basilica at Montserrat. However, a small chapel was built around the cave where the statue was found, and we took a hike down to see the chapel and cave. A duplicate statue stands in the exact spot where the original was ...
... expensive to be honest, but i thought it might be really big.
As soon as you walk in there are lockers to store your belongings ( i didn't check what is the price for it). When walking down to go see the fishes they take your photo from a professional camera. You do not have to purchase the picture, but we purchased ours. It cost around 7 euros for 1 copy and for 2 copies i think they were doing for 12 euros.
The Aquarium itself i ...
... so I was able to enjoy her excellent cooking and great conversation about following your dreams, which we are both doing.
Yesterday I finally got all the way to lovely Old El Centro, where all the charm (and tourists are.
Today I got into the Metro Tunnel and was promptly shooed
out as emergency workers rushed by; apparently someone had fallen on the
tracks. I am unsure if that is a regular
occurrence. I haven’t ...