Continued from Part One
After our awesome Desert adventures in Morocco, we flew to Barcelona to spend a week with some old Spanish friends from college.
No, these arent them - just two older gentleman we crossed paths with near the Sagrada Familia.
The Sagrada Familia!
Here's my favorite Spanish meal - Spanish omelette on a baguette and Patatas Bravas, alongside a refreshing glass of sangria.
Enjoying some dulce de leche in front of some Barcelonian graffiti.
Mid-way through the week Louisa and I decided to rent bicycles. We traveled across the entire city - which is sort of a giant hill, starting at the beach and going all the way to the Gaudí museum at the top of the city.
Louisa, towering over Barcelona.
While in Barcelona, I couldn't resist checking out the makers scene that was all the rage last summer.
While in Barcelona I also stumbled upon - completely by chance - Diotonic, a hobby and electronics store that would best be described as Radioshack (may it rest in peace) on steroids.
I would consider this to be a close second to the maker's paradise that is Shanghai's Beijing Lu. I will come back to this in a future post, as well!
Continued in Part Two.