Another day into Barcelona was planned although the weather forecast was for rain. It didn’t look like rain in Sitges but we left armed with umbrellas.
From the train we took the metro to La Sagrada Familia, the church which has been under construction since the late 1800s but considered the design of Spanish architect Antonin Gaudi, who died in 1926.
|La Pedrera an apartment building|
|appetizers which were not what they seemed|
|green peas and blood sausage|
|meat ball with potato, carrots and zucchini|
|veal cheeks and vegetable packages|
|sauce inside the meetball|
|pre-dessert strawberries, almond ice cream and mint tea|
|post-dessert petits fours|
We got to the train station just after 11 pm and managed to catch the train going the wrong way and ended up in Molins de Rei, north of Barcelona.