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Wednesday, 17 June 2015



can just imagine how amazing sagrada familia is, looking forward to seeing what you had for dinner.


It's quite a sight to see Kat!


If you have Netflix there's a really cool documentary called "Sagrada: The Mystery of Creation." I learned that one of the chief sculptors is Japanese!


I think the Missus saw that Junichi, because she mentioned that as well.

J.S. @ Sun Diego Eats

I remember being constantly disappointed by the sandwiches in Barcelona when I went. It seemed like everywhere it was just plain bread with cold charcuterie and maybe at best a swipe of tomato juices. I think I would appreciate them more now but at the time being 21 and ending most of our nights at 6 am (given the bars only get lively around 1 am) the last thing I wanted after a night out was a cold sandwich with a single slice of jamon. Luckily doner kebab seems to be popular in Barcelona.


Hi JS.....though Entrepans Freds means meat in bread - cold. I liked the variety of charcuterie though nothing was amazing in Barcelona. Also, they really didn't know how to slice Jamon at the places we tried. We didn't try any bocadillos or flautas so I really can't comment on those.

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