Sunday @Barcelona, Spain

DAY 70
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Lulicomo no podía ser de otra forma, aprovechamos el solcito y los 25 grados del domingo en el barrio de Manu Chao: Barceloneta, famoso por sus playas y chiringuitos (bares de playa).

Empezamos con un almuerzo a pura paella en el restaurant Salamanca. Comida bastante buena y precio justo (€30 por persona con entradas varias, 2 tipos de paella y cervezas varias). Luego bajamos a la playa para aprovechar el sol de la tarde. En la playa tampoco hay que preocuparse por la sed ya que los ambulantes pasan cada 3 minutos a ofrecerte la misma cerveza genérica por €1.

Cuando bajaba el sol salimos a dar una vuelta por el barrio. No demoramos mucho en encontrar otro bar para sentarnos a tomar unas cañas (cerveza tirada) y comer más tapas. Asique el domingo se fue entre jamón crudo, ensaladilla rusa, croquetas de pollo y calamares fritos. Lo que llamo un feliz, feliz domingo.

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Luli, how could it be otherwise, after a little walk, we spent our only sunny Sunday in Manu Chao’s neighbourhood: Barceloneta, famous for its beaches and chiringuitos (beach bars).

We started the day with a pure paella lunch in the restaurant Salamanca. Quite good food and fair price (€ 30 per person including several starters, 2 types of paella and many… many beers). Then we walked down to the beach to enjoy the sun in the afternoon. On the beach there is also no need to worry about thirst because it’s full of vendors offering the same generic beer for € 1 every three minutes.

When the sun went down we went for a walk around the neighbourhood. It didn’t take long for us to find another bar to sit down and have more cañas (draft beer) and eat tapas. So the Sunday ended between raw ham, potato salad, chicken croquettes and fried calamari. What I call a happy, happy Sunday.

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