La Rambla dels Caputxins
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We went for a brief wander to the south along the bustling seafront and glimpsed the broad and busy beach where the same standards of beach attire as San Sebastián seem to be the norm. We retraced our steps passing beyond the Hotel just to suss out the location of J's conference and eventually found the impressive convention centre allowing J to register saving her from queuing in the morning.
I needed to do ...
... head up to parc guell on the metro. It was beautiful, nice view of the city which didn't look so great from up there. Sat and enjoyed the view for a bit before heading to las delicias restaurant in Carmel for dinner. Lots of locals and lots of perros. The wait staff stood around smoking when it wasn't busy! Had some nice fish and ate too many patatas bravas- yum!
Took the bus and metro home.
Hot night with no breeze. But also no fumes from the restaurants ...
... by going to Sitges and Tarragona in advance, though did not visit any major sights, just wanted to get the lay of the land.
Because it looks like both Sitges and Tarragona are doable in a day as I did last weekend with the student groups, but kind of rushed that way, we will enjoy ourselves more to separate them, so we decided instead to forgo a day trip to Girona and separate the two day trips instead when Linda and I make the trips.
I think I already put a ...
... at Gino's Restaurant on the waterfront and ended the evening with cappuccinos in the romantic Plaza Real. None of us were ready to leave Barcelona as we enjoyed coffee and croissants at a nearby cafe before our flight to Madrid. The weekend was a much needed vacation and perfect time spent catching up with my parents (who are now on their long travel day back to the states). I cannot wait for the next time Barcelona and I meet again. Ciao for ...
... pub crawl YAYYYY. Sorry parents the nightlife in Barcelona is too vibrant to pass up. Te pub crawl took us to the magic fountain show in the centrum Square which was stunning. We then went to a club called catwalk that was 3 floors! Another early morning night. I woke up at about 11 still feeling the effect of copious amounts of cerveza so naturally I went from dorm to dorm making friends. All the people packing up to leave were generous and gave ...