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... the cured meat, the better it will taste...always. The flavor will be deeper and the meat will melt in your mouth. I contemplated bringing home slices of Jamon Iberico in a vacuum seal, but after a quick Google search, I was dismayed to find that bringing home this meat would constitute smuggling and that US customs has beagles to specifically smell for food contraband. There are some pretty funny stories on the Internet of people trying to sneak in this cured ...
... and a mattress for short term relationships joined like a jigsaw in the middle so you could take half each.
After lunch in a cave-like restaurant down a very narrow street in the gothic quarter, we went to the museum of chocolate. Absolutely incredible chocolate sculptures, don Quixote tilting at a couple of windmills, a couple of life size terracotta warriors, and Rowan's favourite, Obelix and Asterix.
... and eating paella. We wandered around the city and spent hours chatting while devouring various tapas. I even tried octopus! I admit it was tasty, though I did struggle with the appearance of the suction cups. And no perfect weekend would be complete without a full dose of salsa!! Interestingly enough, I had met Silvia before ever having been exposed to the intoxicating world of salsa, and she too is a ...
... the sand with some alcohol bottles,people were even doing their own picnic. Was a lovely environment.
We decided to explore a Barcelona Club which seemed to be very popular called the Catwalk Club. Barcelona clubs only get busy around 1:00 or 2:00am due to the hot weather people tend to eat late and then they go out for drinks before hitting the clubs.
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... Boqueria from Wikipedia.
The Mercat de Sant Josep de la Boqueria, often simply referred to as La Boqueria (Catalan pronunciation: [ɫə βu.kəˈɾi.ə]), is a large public market in the Ciutat Vella district of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain and one of the city's foremost tourist landmarks, with an entrance from La Rambla, not far from the Liceu, Barcelona's opera house. The market has a very diverse selection of goods.
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