With a long day behind us, it was finally time to grab some food. We don’t eat particularly early back in the States, but 10pm is pushing it even for us. However, all the restaurants were packed! We bailed on our first choice, which was obviously very popular, and ended up at Lonja de Tapas near the Pablo Picasso Museum. It was delightful. Here’s our meal as it arrived piece by piece, starting with some really good (and really strong) sangria: 

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Of course, we followed all of that up with some creme brûlée and a chocolate construct that was terrific.

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Needless to say, we left no bowl or plate (or pitcher) with any food left.

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On our way back to the hotel we found some street vendors flinging some LED contraptions into the air, so we had to get one. This is a quick shot straight up in the air that we took in the middle of a plaza in about 2 minutes, so it’s out of focus, but it’s fun. I just had to include it because I thought it was cool. Don’t be surprised if you see a few more shots with this thing in the future.  (ed. – Oops, guess that didn´t work, we´ll have to try in a later post)

That’s it for today.

¡Hasta mañana!