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... is all about. Luckily our two Vueling flights are only about two hours in length. It was seven at night before we were settled and ready to leave the hotel. We rounded a corner near our place and saw the Sagrada Familia - to which Caleb said 'so this is the church we came to see...pause...so where are we eating?' We took metro over to the Boqueria area and long story short ended up at a place where Caleb's eyes and stomach shined and ...
... on weekends, we ordered several unique dishes, such as the local 'cargoles' (snails!), baby squid, pheasant with figs, rib-eye steak on the hot grilling stone, & asparagus with jamon, and a couple of bottles of the house red. Because we've been there often now, the manager treated us to a plate of foie gras and a platter of the grilled seasonal mushrooms, bathed in olive oil. Our dessert platter was laden ...
... is about 1000 years old but has mostly been rebuilt because Napoleon destroyed most of it. Very beautiful still.
We drove back to Barcelona and did a sight seeing tour of the city. It has a population of over 4 million and isn't anything too exciting. Just another city! Had lunch in the markets and did a bit of shopping for the usual souvenirs, t-shirts, shot glasses and fridge magnets. Lol.
Tonight we went to a dinner and show Spanish ...
We are sad to leave the Euskedi! Have totally fallen in love with this coastline - it reminds us of Cape Town but replace Table Mountain with Magoebaskloof that goes on and on and on. This place has intersting culture, wine, cidra, Txaxoli, the sea, mountains, mind weather, lovely villages, local anchovies - yum yum and cheap langostines! After a late morning, we leave Hotel Azkue and head back east. After we have ...
... everything from using the phone to finding street names. I even went to a cafe named cappuccino and they said they had no more coffee! Anyway, as Barcelona usually is at 2 pm, it started to get scorching hot and as any tourist would do i took off my shirt and wore my bikini top as i walked down la ramblas (the big street in the city)...well, did things ever change. I sat down at a tapas bar and espresso, smiles and water con ...
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