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... the best church ever!
We then caught the Metro back to the apartment and had lunch and a rest before heading out for the evening.
After a nap we headed out on a mission for churros. Mum had found a place near the cathedral that made fresh churros so we headed in search. We found this little shop and they had hot and fresh churros which were just yum. They were so good we had to buy two lots.
After that little snack we looked at the ...
... there's tables with umbrellas and candles everywhere but you can't actually see the restaurant and there's always a waiter with a menu and then they cross the road and go into a little tiny shop front and bring you your food. It's really interesting, I'll post some photos with this post. So, we picked our restaurant, we weren't sure which one we were eating from but we definitely had delicious food! We then went to see something called ...
Much like the last 2 days, today I went to the beach! I would feel like I was missing out if I didn't enjoy Barceloneta as much as I could before I left. I also went to the Sagrada Familia with Nick and Kiefer and was able to appreciate the beautiful architecture of this huge building! I couldn't stay long because today I was finally leaving for San Fermin!! We each said our sad goodbyes after spending so much time together and off I went ...
... work beckoned once more.
The rave reviews on Yelp were all true--Teresa Carles has some of the finest veggies I have yet to taste. I chose a menu of salad plus a main dish of couscous. Had enough left over for lunch tomorrow so at 12 Euros including the bottled water, this is not bad for two meals.
Carrefour was a 4 minute walk from the restaurant on the famous wide boulevard known as La Rambla and that, in turn, is only ...
... street is really made up of 5 different boulevards or "ramblas". It is a total of 2 kms long and is the most famous recreational street in Barcelona.
3. Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain, next to Madrid.
4. Royal Gold Medal for architecture is awarded annually since 1848, by the Royal Institute of British Architects on behalf of the British monarch, in recognition of an individual’s or ...