And we just wanted to talk and talk and talk and well, eat and eat and eat, and practically that´s what we´ve done during the whole weekend. One of my cousins, runs an old´s people residence in a paradise spot. The name is "The sea´s garden" and I´m going to put some pictures.
At this moment, the residence is full and the place is quiet and awesome.
My cousin´s studio was obviously closed that day.
The back yard with a pool, for the ones who can swim.
My cousin loves her job in here.
Ah, and look at the view just opposite the building, awesome.
A clean beach, almost wild and looking at the Mediterranean everyday from your work.
I loved the visit.
We had the chance to take a walk tour around the city on Sunday morning. The weather was unpredictable but we were lucky it didn´t rain at all. We started in Plaza de Cataluña, towards the Ramblas, and to the Gotic neighbourhood and into the Cathedral, everything in just one morning.
I´d say Barcelona is quite European city, very cosmopolitan.
Barcelona Cathedral is the city´s gothic Cathedral.
Last time I came to Barcelona, the Cathedral´s front was being restored.
Batlló´s house is a renowned building located in the heart of Barcelona, and is one of Gaudi´s masterpieces.
La Pedrera is an historic building also designed by Gaudí. Was declared a world heritage site.
We ended that morning with a huge lunch in a Peruvian restaurante in Calle Córcega, we ate a selection of ceviches and fried yuca, more information in here
The best dessert was at my aunt´s, one of the most delicious strawberry and cream cakes, my aunt made, I´ve ever tried. Apparently we needed to "fill" our empty spaces inside the stomach. This was mouthwatering!. In our family, my mom and my aunts taught us how to cook.
I can still hear the drums playing in the distance while I´m writing this post.