Petit Palace Barcelona
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... or so before the cable car is finally ready to leave. Get to the train station and we have about a five minute wait before the train comes to zip us back to Barcelona.
Arrive in Barcelona around 4:00 and walk back towards Plaza Catalunya and the main area of town. Make a stop in the FC Barcelona store, everything is so expensive and I am not a big enough fan of the team to buy anything, before deciding to walk down Las ...
... gelee each on a stick. The gelee tasted like a black olive, but had some sugar on it…so it was salty, sweet and savory al at the same time! We had the absolutely BEST “liver and onions” in EVER! The “liver” was a cream of Duck foie gras, with “fried” onions…which we not fried onions at all. I think the chef took minced onion, created a paste and fried this. What ...
... as the major port city in Spain, Barcelona controlled much of the wealth, but the city's support of Columbus and his eventual discovery took away from this power and allowed Madrid to emerge as the financial capital of Spain. Back in Barceloneta at this point, we decided to go check out the beach. The man-made beaches of Barcelona are beautiful. And considering how populated the beaches were today, it is hard to imagine that they were only added within the last ...
... and had so much fun with them he got a tattoo of koala. He then proceeded to pull the neck of his tee shirt across his shoulder to reveal this massive koala tattoo across one side of his chest! Not really what we were expecting in Spain.
Our days were spent exploring Barcelona, spending our first day getting orientated and learning a little history by taking the hop on, hop off tourist bus we then set off to explore each day, meandering the gorgeous streets admiring ...
... contrast that with the purity of the arches in the attic.....an interesting mind! I do not, however, have a clue what he was saying......but I enjoyed it.