Two days in Barcelona is just not enough. What a bustling city full of life with so much to see! There are so many piazzas closed off to traffic for people to hang out, eat, and people watch. Tapas, little appetizer restaurants, are a main staple here and thanks to an article my mom found in Diablo Magazine, we found some incredible ones, thanks Mom! Without a doubt, the best seafood we’ve had on this trip. They have a secret to seafood preparation better than any I’ve ever had in the states.
Another big surprise was largest food market we’ve ever seen in the world. I was totally mezmorized. It’s the size of an airplane hanger, filled with food stalls, each specializing in meats, fruit, candy, nuts, etc. The seafood is so fresh that the fish are still talking, the crabs are still clawing, and the lobsters are still fanning their tails. I took this pic of them setting up at 6am, as I’m heading out of town. These people really know how to eat and enjoy life!!