Hotel Sagrada Familia
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... 8:00. I take a brief rest before leaving at around 6:00 to make the hike to the stadium. I had heard it was easy to take public transportation, but I always prefer to walk on vacations so I decide to make the 3 km walk through Eixample and to the Stadium. Head North of my hotel, turn right at Ave Diagonal, and eventually, after stopping at a number of stores with Christmas items, arrive at the stadium.
Having been to the World ...
... I selected for dinner was booked solid (even though we were eating at American times), the backup option was closed and after walking for 30 minutes, we finally ended up at my third option. Thankfully Anthony was determined because it was one of my favorite meals of the trip! True tapas that were inexpensive and unique. Did you see Chocolate w/ Sea Salt and Olive Oil?!
3. Seeing the amazing architecture in el Bari Gotic and ...
... So off we went to Placa Reial for the Old City Tour visiting sights through Barri Gotic and El Born and learning about the Jewish history as well. (We actually walked through some of these areas, as well as the beach area, yesterday).
The streets are so narrow that it's hard to believe horse and carriages were able to move about them. So many placas and hidden treasures throughout. I feel the need to go back at night time ...
... apparently our tours will be following each other for a while which should be fun. After the fairy bar Ebony, Yasmine, Amanda, Rem, Sam and myself headed to a bar called Opium to watch/listen to the DJ who was playing. The DJ was axewell who is a world famous DJ and is also part of the band Swedish House Mafia. It cost us €40 to get in but it was definitely worth it, he is the best DJ that I have ever heard. Ebony and I ended up losing everyone but we went into ...
... town. It literally has its foundations in Roman times as it was built upon the old settlement of Barcino. It's quite easy to see these portions of the Roman wall through this area and for those looking to see more, you can visit the City History museum which takes you below ground to tour the 2,000 year-old foundations. Fully pedestrian, this area is quite popular for visitors to see the history of the city. While not as active in boutique shops as La Ribera ...